Suede leather has a napped finish, commonly used for jackets, shoes, shirts, purses, furniture and other items. Suede is less durable but softer than standard ("full-grain") leather and has a velvet soft feel. Its softness, thinness and pliability make it suitable for clothing and delicate uses. Waterproofing and puddle avoidance is preferred.
Nubuck is a top grain leather with more strength,thickness and durability than suede. It lasts much longer as it is resistant to wear and is much more expensive than suede. It is soft to the touch but scratches easily and water drops darken it temporarily, so proper care is advised. There is no need to use shoe polish on this material because of its nap.
Grain leather is typically glossy and really smooth. It is the strongest and most durable leather. Additionally, since the grain is so tight, it resists moisture very well. It lasts for years with proper care and maintenance.But it is rather expensive and needs to gradually "break in"(New shoes are stiff but soften up and become more comfortable once you wear them for sometime).
It is a type of full grain leather that has been milled to provide smooth, tight grain, and suppleness of hand. It is strong, durable, soft and very flexible, while looking rugged.It is an extremely pure natural leather, has natural markings and possesses its own natural characteristics.
Follow these simple steps to figure out your shoe size:
Place your foot on a blank sheet of paper.
Make one marking at your longest toe and one marking at the backside of your heel.
Measure the length (in centimetres) of your foot between these two markings as shown in the figure.
Compare the value to our measurement chart to figure out your correct shoe size.
You may find one foot is longer than the other, this is quite normal, so please use the larger size when making your shoe size selection. If your foot measurement is halfway between sizes, select the larger size.