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Leather dressed with the grain side outward.
- ‘Construction is a combination of full grain leather and 1,000 denier nylon that's standard in military footwear too.’
- ‘Also popular was the 1948-pattern, full-lace russet combat boot with a cap toe and grain leather.’
- ‘Full grain leather belts and pashmina or pure cashmere scarves in an infinite choice of shades round out this utterly contemporary line of accessories.’
grain leather/ˈɡrān ˌleT͟Hər/
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