Semi-aniline dyed refers to a process in which leather is aniline-dyed or stained, incorporating a small amount of pigment so as not to conceal the hide’s natural characteristics and grain. This results in leather that is typically soft and warm to the touch, with a thin topcoat that helps to protect it from wear and staining.
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