Natural fibers made from the inner splits of a side of leather with a soft, napped finish.
Soft, thin and pliable, this material does not include the tough exterior skin layer and is less durable but softer than standard leather.
Hygiene And Maintenance
Due to its textured nature and open pores, Suede becomes dirty quickly and is especially susceptible to stains. When suede gets wet, it turns a darker color and can become damaged easily, as water drives out the essential oils that keep suede leathers supple. As it is not washable, it must instead be cleaned carefully with special suede cleaners.