Burnished Leather • A type of leather finish that’s buffed for extra polish and an antique appearance.
Crazyhorse Leather • Dockers® has taken full grain leather and applied special waxes to enhance the natural texture of the leather’s surface. As it gets rubbed or scratched, the colour will change, achieving a more rustic look.
Faux Leather • Boasts the refined look of leather, with less maintenance.
Full Grain Leather/Top Grain Leather • The highest grade of leather available. This is meant for long-term wear and known for its tight-grained natural texture, which provides durability and moisture resistance. Best of all, it ages handsomely over time to develop a rich patina with a smoother finish, deeper colour, and fine sheen that’s unique to you. This is often used in premium pieces meant to last for years, such as belts and wallets.
Nubuck Leather • This leather is buffed to produce a slightly napped texture and smooth, suede-like feel.
Oiled Leather • Coated with oil for a softer feel and increased moisture resistance. It develops traces of wear and character after short-term use.
Patent Leather • Leather coated with a distinctive polish for a glossy, reflective finish. It makes an instant statement, and is often seen in men’s dress shoes.
Pull-Up Leather • Infused with oils and waxes for a natural look, this leather looks exceptionally unique with prolonged wear. That’s because when it’s stretched or pulled, the oils move within the material. This results in varied hues and tones of the leather.
Split/Blended/Bonded Leather • A mix of natural and synthetic leathers.
Tumbled Leather • This leather is gently scraped with pebbles for added texture and softness.
Waxed Leather • This leather is treated with a wax coating to create a glossy finish.
Vachetta Leather • This raw and unfinished leather is extremely lightweight and thin, but durable.