As some may know, suede is a soft, textured material. Most commonly, suede is used from hides of sheep and cow, but it can be made from any animal hide. The characteristics of suede are determined by which animals’ skin is used.
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Suede and leather are two classic and timeless materials with different characteristics. For instance, suede is not water-resistant and should be avoided to be worn during those heavily rainy days – even if they are protected and impregnated. Full-grain leather isn’t fully water-resistant but since leather is the animal’s skin, it has basically been designed by nature to be protective and withstand water better.
During warm days, suede is often preferred over leather because of its breathability, keeping your feet temperate.