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Goat skin refers to the skin of a goat, which by long term usage.

Tanned leather from goat skin is considered extremely durable and is commonly used to make rugs and carpet binding. It is often used for gloves, boots, and other products. That require a soft hide . non tanned goat skin is used for parchment or for drumheads of some musical instruments.

Goat skin leather is known for its soft feel. Compared to other leather , you will find this to be one of the best combination of flexibility and comfort.

The goat skin leather is sold in three basic forms –

Full-Grain goat skin leather – It is produced from the finest raw material which has been preserved in its natural state. The natural full-grain surface leather will wear better when compared to other goat skin leather. Instead of wearing off, the goat skin tends to develop a natural state called as ‘Patina’ which will make it more beautiful by each passing year. To keep the full-grain leather produced from the goat skin in its natural state, best efforts are made to retain its originality. Only the hair from the skin is removed. The grains remain in its natural state which gives the leather more strength and hence resulting in extended durability. Due to the preservation of natural state the grain, the full-grain goat skin has natural breathability which results in greater comfort. The finest furniture and foot wear is produced from full-grain stingray leather.

Corrected-grain goat skin leather – This is the second type of the goat skin leather. It is smooth on one side and fuzzy on the other side. The smoother side is one where the hair and the grains are removed for making it corrected-grain leather. Corrected-grain leather is usually produced from the goat skin raw material which is of inferior quality. The hides, which are not of high quality, will have all the natural grain sanded off and then artificial grain is applied on it.  

Suede – This is the third basic type of leather produced from the goat skin. It is the interior split of the hide which is fuzzy on both the sides. Suede is less durable when compared to full-grain and corrected-grain leather and hence making it cheaper than the other two leathers. It is cheaper because many pieces of suede can be split from a single thickness of hide, whereas there can be only one full-grain or corrected-grain piece that can be made from the goat skin.