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    Now if I am correct... the sueded side is the shinier side of the buckskin

    and which do you all prefer? sueded side in or buckskin side in (the side with the little cereals were the organs attach to the skin)?



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  • #2
    the suede side is the rough side of the hide. An old trend that is resurfacing is putting the suede side out to look more like braintan. I did mine new leggings this way and I really like the way they turned out
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    • #3
      Leather Sides

      Which side of leather one has in or out is basically a personal preference and also depends on the quality of the hides themselves (Hand or Commercial).

      If you want tradition, well - artwork, photos, and collection pieces show that both ways were used.

      I like the suede side out myself, I find it a bit more comfortable.

      But your choices may not be based on comfortability or even tradition, your choice may depend on the quality of the leather - try and always have the best side out.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by spottedeagle
        the suede side is the rough side of the hide. An old trend that is resurfacing is putting the suede side out to look more like braintan. I did mine new leggings this way and I really like the way they turned out
        That's the way I was taught. The drawback is that it gets dirtier that way.

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        • #5
          I JUST finished my white Buckskin leggings (with suede side out). They're kick'n'.
          Point to the part of you that's Indian... "The heart knows what it is." I may look like I'm white, but my heart knows I'm Native.

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          • #6
            I prefer the sude side out....and for cleaning...I use corn meal on em regularly....(they are cream colored )
            sigpicWe spend a lifetime worrying about if we make a difference....Marines don't have that problem.

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            • #7
              That's interesting. I've heard of (& use) white clay to clean white buckskin, but never heard of using corn meal. Cool.
              Point to the part of you that's Indian... "The heart knows what it is." I may look like I'm white, but my heart knows I'm Native.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by NoTrad. Eagle Scout
                That's interesting. I've heard of (& use) white clay to clean white buckskin, but never heard of using corn meal. Cool.
                The buckskin cleaner I have is that kind.

                I've also HEARD of people using Gum erasers to get out spots on leather. I tried it, and it got most of the spot out! I was impressed. I used one of those "click" erasers that are white on a pr of mocs I was working on that got some dirt on them. They cleaned up pretty well. It wasn't all gone, but from arms length, you couldn't tell it was ever there. It was really faint.

                Funny how we've gotten off topic, here......

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