Suede is a type of leather, and it can be derived from any type of animal skin that is used in the production of normal leather. The main difference between suede and other types of leather is that suede fabric is derived from the underside of animal skin while most types of leather are derived from the top side of animal skin. Suede has a fuzzy finish, which is sometimes referred to as “napped.”
Commonly use in Shoes, jackets, gloves, hats, bags, apparel lining, seat covers, belts.
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