Nubuck

Nubuck (pronounced k) is top-grain cattle leather that has been sanded or buffed on the grain side, or outside, to give a slight nap of short protein fibers, producing a velvet-like surface. It is resistant to wear, and may be white or coloured. Nubuck is similar to suede. It differs in that suede is created from the inner side of a hide, whereas ...
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Nubuck

A chrome tanned leather usually calf or suede which is buffed on the grain side to give a nap surface.
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Nubuck

A grain leather which has been slightly sandpapered on the surface to give a very fine suede type look. The origins are interesting and I did the following research to help an Italian Dictionary Editor: 1. The name 'nubuck' came into use between 1941 and 1946 2.The concept is derived out of the original product 'buckskin', which is a historic produ...
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Nubuck

Aniline leather finished by lightly buffing or sanding the grain surface to produce a velvety nap. Nubuck has a much finer nap than suede because the grain layer has a tight fibre structure.
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Nubuck

Leather that has been sanded for a smooth texture.
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