Lambskin, Stand Up Collar, Zip Front, No Insulation. Not all leather is the same. When vendors say or state, "leather or genuine leather", they generally use "pig skin", which is the worst quality of leather and therefore inexpensive. If you choose to buy "leather or genuine leather" only because of its cheap price, you will mostly end up buying "pig skin" leather ($50-$150 price range). Lambskin, pigskin and cowhide (about $100-$300 range) are the predominantly consumed leather in the garment industry, but lambskin is superior with regards to quality, suppleness, look, beauty and its lightest weight. Therefore, if the leather is lambskin, vendors proudly state in the description, "lamb or lambskin", and prices are much more expensive (over $200). Meanwhile, we do not use quasi leather which is the inner flesh and fat part of the animal skin but is made to look like leather by a mold. This type of leather is somewhat stiff because of molding and is inexpensive since they are by-products ($40-$100 price range). Leather garments that are in the $20-$60 price range are mostly made of artificial or fake leather (PU or Polyurethane) that look like real leather but are actually chemically made products. This material does not breathe or have the ability to circulate air, which is why you feel uncomfortable and pent up while wearing fake leather clothing. We use only real natural grain lambskin from the surface area of animal skin and therefore expensive. That is real lambskin and supple leather.
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