Corrected Grain Leather

Corrected grain is a leather hide whose surface has been altered or corrected. During the production process, the hide is frequently sanded or buffed on the grain side to remove imperfections and obtain a more uniform surface and the leather is often coated with a semi-aniline or pigmented dye. Corrected grain leather’s embossed surface can be an artificial leather grain, or an animal print such as an alligator pattern.


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