About Nappa Leather
It is perhaps one of the most famous leathers. Who does not know the term Nappa leather? In the past, this term meant a supple, chrome tanned, smooth, full grain leather made of calf or sheep. Painted in the drums and with a protective finish layer to ensure that it can take a beating.
Nowadays it seems that in practice Nappa leather is more of a sort of collective name for a smooth, soft leather. So you can make it from all sorts of animal species. The most used are lamb, cow, goat, pig and horse.