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Use Our Leather For:

Leather can be used in many different ways, below are the applications that our leather can be used in.

Premium Upholstery Leather Hides

We are glad that you found us!  You have found the best source for upholstery leather hides on the internet. We are proud to offer a large inventory of leather hides for sale in many colors and textures. Every leather that we offer is 100% premium cowhide for use in furniture, automotive, handbags and any type of leathercraft.  If you are new to buying leather be sure to check out our How To Buy Leather guide for tips and info on buying leather for upholstery.

Wholesale Leather Hides

Our inventory consists of of regular stocked items and sometimes surplus. Having a large inventory gives us the ability to offer wholesale leather hides directly to the public for 50% less than the competition.  Looking for cowhide rugs?  In addition to upholstery leather we also stock a wide variety of cowhide rugs.  We are pleased to offer upholsterers and leathercraft enthusiasts a place to buy leather.

Order Samples For Approval

Buying upholstery leather is an investment and the leather you buy should be the right color and texture. We highly recommend ordering a sample because computer monitors show color differently.  Our samples are affordable at 79 cents each with free shipping!  To order an sample click the “Request Sample” button on any item and a sample will be added to your cart.  Samples are mailed within 2 business days.

How Much Leather Fabric Should I Buy?

Buying upholstery leather fabric can be confusing at times.  Luckily we have created an easy to read guide that will help you when purchasing leather.  Please remember upholstery leather is sold in hides (not in rolls).  The average hide size is about 50 square feet but this varies.  Please check out our how to buy leather guide or contact us with any questions or concerns.  For more information on upholstery, the following websites are great resources for advice: Leatherworker.net