Nubuck leather is a very finely buffed suede with a closed grain structure. An additional fat tanning ensures a completely problem-free wearing experience, uncomplicated care and an incomparably cool character. Nubuck leather is also the name for a fine suede leather that is slightly sanded on the grain side, giving it a velvety character. It remains waterproof for a very long time after waxing. Soiling can be washed off either dry or with warm water and a root brush. If the leather becomes spotty when worn, it can be roughened without further treatment by simply rubbing it down or briefly roughening it with a nubuck brush. Nubuck leather only becomes really interesting when it is worn frequently; it develops its own character with the appropriate patina. Not to be compared with the harder to care for suede.