1) Kid skins are one of the best row material for glove leather, especially from young kids. They stand out for their incredible softness and stretch.
2) Lambs are leathers from young lambs fed on their mother's milk or from older lambs up to one year old, which have also been fed on a plant-based diet. They are processed from different kinds of lambs which give the leather a smooth and delicate cheek, sometimes softer than the kidskin leather.
3) Both materials are one of the most used materials in the traditional, classic production of leather gloves.
They are produced mainly in nappa design. What do we imagine of as nappa?
This name refers to all glove leather which is stained. And under the name leather? The leather = is simply said to be hairless (of course, after prior treatment in the tannery, where it is first formed from the skin of the holly (haired skin) and the next process of tanning = earning produces the leather.
So much for the "gloves " dictionary, where you will encounter these names on my site and I would like to return them to the subconscious of all who are interested in learning more about this production.
Next you will find the expression "chair" = these are leathers that have shaved a face side of the leather, and are shaved so that the hair is short. You know the term "velur".
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