- Dec 17, 2006
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Is calfskin not good?
No, I was busy eyeing these instead
No, it could be good depending on who made it. Those are cordovan colored corrected grain (corrected is not). Probably outsourced to Asia.Originally Posted by jml90
May I ask what does it mean corrected grain and how one can determine that it is such from this picture? Also, I would appreciate if you could give me a few pointers as to how you determined that the corrected grain on these shoes is not corrected or particularly bad.Originally Posted by dkzzzz
Corrected grain means that the leather had flaws and its appearance has been corrected. It's lesser quality leather, in short. The best leather, non-corrected top grain, has a depth of color and a life corrected grain lacks.Originally Posted by DocHolliday
hmmm..my 350 dollar bally shoes(didn't pay 350..paid 50)...have a shiney finish..I wonder if they're "corrected".Originally Posted by nighttrain7404