Shearling Nappalan Pigmented Leather Jacket
Shearling Nappalan Pigment produces a 'monotone opaque' appearance and is smooth leather on the outer side, finished over the suede and shorn wool on the inner side. Depending on the finishes used, either forming a 'non-continuous film' with Napa-84 system that is absorbent or darkens with water droplets testing or a 'continuous film' that becomes non-absorbent that shows water testing pooling on its surface with Micro-54 system. The absorbent types are easily scuffed and will create a distress look when the suede naps are partial revealed for fashion wearing comfort and the non-absorbent finishes with Micro-54 is formulated for sports wear. Shearlings are made from the pelts of sheepskin or lambskin by tanning them with the wool of uniform depth still on them with different finishes types. The other version is Shearling Nappalan Aniline that produces a sauvage appearance more for fashion wear.