A gorgeous nubuck leather, Dartmoor was inspired by one of the last great wildernesses in England with an inspirational landscape of heather clad moors and rugged tors, offering a robust color palette applicable for any industry.
Leather hides are lightly buffed during the tanning process to create the nubuck look and feel that is so appealing, while still maintaining the natural grain that will vary slightly within each hide. When upholstered, the leather’s luxurious nap displays sophistication and grace.
From an environmental perspective, in conforming with REACH directives, hides are tanned using highly advanced protection agents made from fats and oils found naturally within the cowhides to create a surface with water repellency properties, and protectant from liquids and staining.
|Texture||Matt, Solid, Suede Grain|
|Avg Hide Size||50 FT2|
|Protect||Nubuck Eco Protection|
Leather is a natural product. Distinctive markings and nuances in its texture and color are natural in occurrence and a testament to its authenticity.
Cuttings for approval (CFAs) are recommended for this leather. Expect slight color variation & textures from each hide and dye lot to dye lot. If you opt out of the CFA process, CTL Leather is not responsible for color selections made from swatches.
CFA’s are cuttings to give a general idea of the color reference of the hide & dye lot, but are NOT expected to be an exact colour reference. Dye lot variation is a feature of working with pure anilines, semi anilines and wax pull up leathers and must be understood.
NOTE: Due to color variations on different monitors and color printers, before making exact color and texture matches, we recommend that you request an actual sample to ensure proper color representation as many monitors cannot display colors accurately. CTL Leather is not responsible for color selections made from this website or in lieu of requesting CFAs.
NOTE: For a normal cleaning we suggest dusting with a soft dry cloth. It is absolutely forbidden to use abrasive or aggressive products such as solvents or stain removers. Do not use steam. Do not use shoe care products. Avoid placing the leather in direct sun light.