This site seems to suggest the opposite
although in my (admittedly cursory) searching in the past, ive never found full consensus on the various definitions of suede and suede-like materials
Mohave is usually called roughout leather, and it is not calfskin but steerhide.
Mohave — Waterproof and stain resistant suede with a shorter and finer nap. Used by the military for soldiers boots. The grain side is buffed to remove imperfections and leaves a soft feel, great for unlined shoes or boots.
Tannery: S.B. Foot Tannery - Red Wing, MN USA
Type: Full Grain Suede, grain side is buffed
Feel: Dry, moderately firm
Finish: Short nap
Edited by VegTan - 7/11/13 at 3:27am