Pebble Grain Leather for Shoemaking

Pebble Grain Leather embossed with a pattern that resembles a 'pebbled' surface.It Adds texture and visual interest to the shoe.

"Pebble Grain" refers to a specific texture embossed onto the surface of leather, giving it a pattern that resembles small, rounded pebbles. It's a popular texture in the world of leather goods, especially in footwear and handbags. The pebbled texture can be applied to various types of leather, including full-grain, top-grain, and even split leather.

However, the term "Pebble Grain Leather" itself doesn't denote a specific type of leather in the same way that terms like "full-grain" or "top-grain" do. Instead, it refers to the finish or texture applied to the leather's surface.

Pebble grain leather doesn't have different "sub-types" like there do with full-grain or top-grain leather. The pebbling can vary in size, intensity, and regularity. For illustration:

Fine Pebble Grain

Features very small, closely spaced pebbles for a subtle texture.

Coarse Pebble Grain

Has larger, more pronounced pebbles for a bolder appearance.

Regular Pebble Grain

Features uniformly sized and spaced pebbles.

Irregular Pebble Grain

The pebbles vary in size and spacing, giving a more natural appearance.

The choice between these variations depends on the desired aesthetic and the specific application of the leather.

These many varieties of pebble garin leather are used in in dress shoes, Loafers, Moccasins.

Online stores to buy this leather type

Here are some online stores where you can purchase various leather types mentioned above:

All Shoemaking Supplies 

If you want to make shoes there is no way around it, you will need knifes, hammers, leather, glue, shanks, boards, and everything else to get the job done.
For that purpose I have created a detailed list of everything you need to make shoes.