Have you ever noticed that everything on the market can be called or labeled as “real leather” or “genuine leather” or “100% leather” regardless of what it’s actually made of? The word "leather" is used to describe any and all materials natural and synthetic.
Retailers have built up the habit of being honestly dishonest. They will often times write in their product descriptions that the product is “made with real leather”. To anyone this will mean that the entire bag is made of leather. But what it actually means, is that there are parts of the bag that are made with real leather, but the whole of the bag isn't made entirely of real leather. That’s a common sales tactic of telling the truth to the minimal extent. It's a word game and you really have to read in between the lines to know the truth. And even so, many times real leather isn't even used, the title of the bag is just labeled as "leather".
Be sure to take time to do your research when getting ready to purchase a "leather bag". It just might be so that you may be duped. Visit our leather bag collection for the real deal.