Natural. Versatile. Rugged. Traditional. These are just a few of the words commonly used to describe leather, one of the oldest human crafts. The process of tanning and stabilizing a natural hide may have originally been developed by humans out of necessity, but nowadays leather is synonymous with both luxury and durability. It is no coincidence that even in modern times, with so many materials available, leather is still considered one of the finest materials. Not only is leather durable and long-lasting, but it represents a kind of craftsmanship, skill and artistry that can only be achieved by hand.
Consumers often confuse “imitation leather” with the real thing, which we like to think of as full-grain leather. The surface of full-grain leather has not been removed or heavily sanded possessing the natural qualities of an authentic leather hide. At Leatherology, you will never find split grain, corrected, bonded, or imitation leathers. Explore our core collection of full-grain leathers below, most developed by & offered exclusively through Leatherology.
Our main collection of full grain, cowhide leathers in classic colors
Our Classico leather collection is a semi-aniline, drum dyed pebbled leather. It offers a little extra color and character, making it a good choice when you want your accessories to stand out. This full grain leather has a soft hand feel with intricate lines, giving it a distinct look from our smoother leathers like Vero and Zita. It comes in a wide variety of colors that you won't find in our other collections and has a polished finish to make them really shine. Its unique appearance and range of colors make it ideal for matching with purses, belts, or other leather items you own.
Our specialty full-grain Italian cowhide leathers
Our Vero collection is an aniline dyed, buttery soft Nappa leather. This classic Italian leather has a very fine grain & silky smooth hand feel.