What is another word for Scotch grain?

Pronunciation: [skˈɒt͡ʃ ɡɹˈe͡ɪn] (IPA)

Scotch grain, also known as pebbled grain or corrected grain, refers to a leather that has been processed to have an even, textured appearance. However, there are several alternative terms that can be used to describe this type of leather, including embossed leather, print grain leather, or imitation grain leather. Other common synonyms include top grain leather, full-grain leather, and genuine leather. Each of these terms refers to a different type of leather that has been processed in a specific way to achieve a particular appearance or texture. Nonetheless, Scotch grain remains a popular choice for leather goods ranging from shoes to bags, due to its durability and distinctive style.

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