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The last three paragraphs of the following link have a great explanation: http://www.furnitureandthings.com/ab...=about_leather
Originally Posted by b4z I know that Mercury offers a glove soft leather. I think they call it Nudo or something like that. Maybe you mean "Nappa?" I know that Mercedes advertizes its S-Class leather as "buttery-soft and hand fitted Nappa leather."
Mind you, I doubt that Mercury would use Nappa if it's that exclusive.
It's like "rich Corinthian leather" only better.
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