Leather Grades


Leather grade is determined by its quality. Leather quality is based upon: the inner core of the hide and top grain perfection (colour, evenness, lack of cuts, scars, brands, etc.).


Highest Quality leather – good for professional applications and tooling; No cuts, pinholes, brands, scars, etc. Most expensive grade.


High Quality leather – good for tooling and other applications. May contain brand marks, scars, or other surface marring. Less expensive than #1 grade.


Leather that doesn't meet up to standards of #1 and #2. Still good for the majority of projects, but will probably have scars and other marks. May be too dry, or simply have too many holes or scars.

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