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Men's shoes can be made from a variety of materials, being leather the most durable for dress shoes. Suede, Shell Cordovan or Hatch Grain are some of the most common ones.
Leather is durable and versatile, also soft and luxurious. When choosing the material for your shoes, consider the occasion and the level of durability and comfort you need. Here are some commonly used materials in our factory.
Cordovan leather is a very specific leather from a particular part of horsehide. The irregular oval shaped shells are tanned, stuffed, shaved and then polished. This process takes at least six months.
They are naturally dyed by hand in the tannery. It is known for its unique characteristics such as its exceptional durability: it can withstand years of wear. Due to the limited supply of horsehide, cordovan leather is more rare and expensive than other types of leather.
Overall, cordovan leather is a unique and high-quality material that is prized for its durability, beautiful patina, smooth texture, and high level of luster.
While it may come at a higher price point, the investment in a pair of cordovan leather shoes is likely to pay off in the form of a long-lasting and stylish product that will withstand the test of time.
A full grain calf skin made with French calves, bright with Boxcalf hand with natural grain that gives it a smooth and elegant appearance.
Boxcalf leather is durable and can withstand years of wear and tear. Is a very popular choice for high-end shoes. With proper care, Boxcalf leather products can last for many years.
A semi-bright aniline finish, not dyed-through, with boxcalf handle. Natural fine and regular natural grain with a slightly waxy touch. A leather that allows to personalize the color and the brightness during the production process.
Its use extends to dress shoes and it is perfect for everyday use. With proper care, Vegano leather products can last for many years.
A full-grain leather, smoothed with a double tone. It is made on calves of European origin. Its pure aniline oil-based finish gives it a soft, pleasant feel.
This leather is both flexible and porous, and may have some differences because of its natural and transparent finish. Commonly used in the production of dress shoes, boots, and other leather goods, Country calf is known for its durability and rugged texture that gives it a rustic and natural appearance.
Country calf is relatively easy to maintain and can be cleaned with a damp cloth or brush. With proper care, country calf leather products can last for many years and continue to look better with age.
Hatch grain leather is a type of leather that has a distinctive pattern of small, raised bumps or dots on the surface of the leather.
It is created by embossing the leather with a patterned roller during the tanning process, which gives it a unique, stylish and masculine appearance.
The leather is tough and can withstand heavy wear and tear, making it a popular choice for dress shoes and boots.
Overall, hatch grain leather is a stylish and durable material that is well-suited for dress shoes and boots. With proper care, hatch grain leather products can last for many years.
Made with Top Grade European whole calf skins with a cloudy/antique finish. Once polished, it provides a double toned marble effect.
Museum calf leather is available in a range of colors, from classic brown and black to more unusual shades like burgundy. It is relatively easy to maintain and can be cleaned with a damp cloth or brush.
Museum calf is a high-quality and luxurious material with rich color and texture which make it a popular choice for those who want to make a statement with their footwear.
It is typically made from full-grain leather, which is the highest quality part of the hide. It retains the natural imperfections and markings of the animal. Old England leather has a natural and textured appearance, which gives it a rugged and rustic look.
The leather can withstand heavy wear and tear, making it a popular choice for outdoor footwear. It is often left in its natural state, which highlights the raw imperfections and markings of the leather.
Old England is relatively easy to maintain and can be cleaned with a damp cloth or brush, and it is a durable and rugged material that is well-suited for outdoor footwear and other leather goods that require a high level of durability.
Its natural finish and range of colors make it a popular choice for those who appreciate the natural beauty of leather.
Suede is a type of leather that is created from the underside of animal hides, is a production of selected, young calf skins with luxurious silky suede side and natural full grain, with an aniline reverse.
This leather is incredibly soft and supple, which makes it a comfortable material to wear.
The napped finish of suede leather gives it a unique texture that is different from smooth leather. It has a soft, velvety feel that is often described as luxurious.
It requires special care to maintain its appearance, but with proper care, suede leather products can last for many years and continue to look and feel great.