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The Top 4 Benefits of Lambskin Leather

15 April

The Top 4 Benefits of Lambskin Leather

Traditional leather is made out of calfskin, however, lambskin can have many benefits, which is why we, at Negma Leather use this form of leather. Lambskin is often the most desirable form of leather by both consumers and producers due to their qualities being versatile for many different products.

Top Benefits of Lambskin Leather

1. Texture

Rather than the the the thick and velvety texture of calfskin, lambskin provides a very thin material that is both smooth and silky. Due to the flexibility of the material, it does not hold its shape as easily as other forms of leather.

2. Temperature Control

Despite the thinness of the material, it is insulative and protective. For this reason, it is used in a lot of gloves and jackets made to sport during the colder temperatures.

3. Pricing

Lambskin can be found cheaper than most other genuine leather products, however, it is important to remember that companies may choose to markup their products due to it containing genuine leather, even if this may be a very small percentage.

4. Wear and Damage

Most lambskin used in clothing has been dyed despite its natural color tint. The leather is quite easy to keep clean and requires little effort to wash. Due to the resistance and durability of the material, it is common to reuse mildly damaged materials into wallets or purses as to not waste away the great quality.

There are a lot of great benefits to lambskin leather, but perhaps the added benefit of reducing allergens is the reason why many people choose this material over others in both clothing and home furnishing.

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