Originally Posted by pitboss12
Thanks to everyone for the info. I kind of get the idea from the descriptions. Unfortunately, I think I may have a pair of shoes with the offending leather in my closet.
I knew there was a reason I could never bring myself to buy shoes at Macy's.
Is corrected grain easier to see in brown or tan shoes?
It's easier to see in colored shoes, as it makes an artificially perfect, even tone. But, it's more common in black, but I guess black shoes overall are more common, as every college grad seems to go out and get a pair of black poon-hunting shoes.
However, it can be fairly subtle sometimes, I don't think it's as obvious as leather vs. pleather, wool vs. polyester.
This is pure stereotypical corrected grain right here:
and so is this: