Types of leather
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Calf leather; smooth, soft leather. Thickness around 1,2 - 1,3mm. High maintenance. Mainly used in kneepad, seat and bridle.

Schneider; standard leather. Fine grain structure. Thickness around 1,6 – 1,8mm. Mainly used in kneepad, seat and saddle girths. Often chosen for it’s balance and durability.

Schrumpf; Robust leather with more rough grain structure than schneider. Thickness around 2,1 – 2,2mm. Mainly used in kneepad and seat.

Buffalo; supple thick kind of leather. In ‘elephant print’ (rough grain structure) and fine print. Mainly used in skirt, flap and girths.

Makela; slightly roughened leather, suede type. Thickness around 2,1 – 2,2mm. Mainly used in kneerolls, seat and girths.

Plain leather; tough kind of leather. Thickness around 4,0 - 4,5mm. Mainly appropriate for flaps and skirt.