“CARE – recommended care for Lambskin is…Lamb skin tends to absorb stains, so first you want to apply a Leather Protectant before first wear to minimize stain absorption.
Faux Patent Leather and Patent Pleather
This is usually made out of the same materials as the Faux Leather above, but usually has a glossy or shiny appearance. Dirt adhering to the shiny coating can be removed with a damp cloth, using a mild soap if needed.
For our Suedes, we use vegan alternatives made from microfiber. Faux Suede, Microsuede and Microfiber
These are fabrics that are often manufactured with a brushed finish to resemble real suede. These products often provide a similar look and feel to suede, but can have advantages such as increased liquid or stain resistance and the fact that an animal did not have to suffer to make it. It is usually a knit blend fabric with a soft finish, but is easily distinguishable from actual suede leather.
Microsuede is less durable than suede. This material is not suitable for heavy wear or harsh weather conditions when it is used to make boots or shoes. It is also not suitable for wearing in wet weather. Some artificial suede may be cleaned with a damp cloth, but we recommend trying it in a less conspicuous spot first.
A sturdy cotton warp-faced textile in which the weft passes under two or more warp threads. This twill weaving produces a diagonal ribbing that distinguishes it from cotton duck. The most common denim is indigo denim, in which the warp thread is dyed, while the weft thread is left white.
For those who are unfamiliar with neoprene, this material is often used to create scuba-diving and surfing wetsuits or laptop slip covers due to the fact that it maintains its flexibility over a wide variety of temperatures and it displays an enormous amount of chemical stability.
Our neoprene is 90% polyester and 10% Spandex and has a luxuriously rich feeling.