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- Water buffalo leather has a unique fiber structure that is densely packed and interwoven, creating a tight and strong structure.
- The leather has a thick grain layer that provides further strength and resilience.
- Water buffalo leather is thicker and heavier than cowhide leather, which gives it added durability and resistance to wear and tear.
- The leather has a natural grain pattern that varies from hide to hide, making each piece of leather unique.
- Water buffalo leather is treated with tannins, which are natural compounds that help to preserve the leather and make it more resistant to water, rot, and insects.
- The tanning process also gives the leather its characteristic rich color and suppleness.