quote:Originally posted by jcusey
In most cases, the pattern in embossed on the surface of the leather with giant, heavy rollers. It is full-grain leather, though, not corrected-grain.
quote:Originally posted by culverwood
Now I know what my attache case is made from. The label said elephant split and I had always thought it was a part of the animal not a type of leather. It has a very rough almost towling texture.
So what's the difference between scotch grain and pebble grain?
And what's the deal with AE's football grain? Same process?