Artificial leather refers to a manmade material that is not animal skin but is
modeled on the structure of natural leather.
Artificial leather uses nonwoven fabric and textile fabric as base materials, with “layers” made from organic solvent such as polyurethane being soaked into or varnished on the surface.
It is completed after undergoing many processes such as washing, drying and coating.
Artificial leather, which is made through a great amount of time and effort, is light, tough, resistant to rain and is easy to maintain. This is the reason that approximately 80% of elementary school students in Japan purchase randsel backpacks made from this material. Another great feature of Artificial leather randsel backpacks is that they offer a wide variety of options for colors and shiny materials.