High-End Synthetic Suede Market is Expected to Reach $2,066.9 Million by 2031 | BIS Research
The high-end synthetic suede market is in a growing phase. The material gained prominence when ethical and environmental concerns were raised over the use of natural suede, which involves the slaughtering of animals.
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Large-scale production of leather in the global leather industry has been a major cause of slaughtering of a number of animals such as cattle and calves, horses, and lamb, among others, for utilizing their skin to generate leather. Not only this, leather is largely toxic to the environment as well. The leather tanneries which involve the use of chromium for the tanning process release poisonous metals as a waste. The groundwater found near tanneries has also been found to have high levels of toxic chemicals such as cyanide, lead, and formaldehyde, among others.
Synthetic suede is one such vital material which is made from the blends of polyester and the generation of which does not involve any form of unethical practices and toxins that might hamper the environment as well as hurt the sentiments of animal welfare associations.
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Synthetic suede, also known as artificial and faux suede, bears properties similar to that of natural suede. Synthetic suede was created in the mid-twentieth century, and since then, various performance attributes of the material has considerably improved. Synthetic suede has become increasingly popular not because of its appearance and flexibility, but also, due to its minimal negative effects on the environment as compared to that of leather.
The fabric continues to evolve, combining high quality and excellent functionality. High-end synthetic suede is mainly used in industries involving luxury products. For instance, high-end synthetic suede is being used for various parts of the luxury cars.