Leather is a flexible and quality material that is an end product of tanning rawhide of an animal, typically cow. However, in recent year popularity of using rawhide of other mammals, including exotic ones such as kangaroos, pythos or camel is getting more popular and used worldwide. In comparison to faux leather, the product is known to last between 10 – 20 years, with continuous care even longer. To distinguish, a person should always look for labels stating „real leather“, „genuine leather“, „Top/Full grain leather“ or that it was made out of an animal product. Unlike synthetic leather, the surface of genuine leather has its own imperfections such as small pores or pebbles, or even have scratches and wrinkles. Smell that does not indicate chemical nor plastic is also an indication of the genuinity of products.