Fendi Spy--New Black

BTBF

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Feb 11, 2006
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I just got a black Spy from Saks yesterday and the leather is really soft and somewhat smooth. It does have that turtle skin look but not as clear and thick(leather/texture) as my dark brown one.

What is going on here? Could someone explain it to me. Thanks.
 

BTBF

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Feb 11, 2006
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I don't have a digital camera. The leather is really soft, it's like lambskin...not like the dark brown one I have.
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It is not pebbly like that at all...very vague though.
 

BTBF

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Feb 11, 2006
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SoCal said:
I found the black spys are typically more "smooth", less textured than the brown-tone spys.

Yes, when I touch the black one and then touch the brown one, one feels really soft and the other is really rough...it's like two different types of leather.
 

amanda

I Bleed Georgia Red
Oct 18, 2005
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since they're made out of natural materials, i wouldn't be alarmed by little variations in the leather feel. different skins may work better with different dyes, or they may have changed leather suppliers from season to season if your two spys are from different seasons. in fact, i think i've heard something about two different leather varieties being available for spys, but i don't know much about that.
 

Greendrv

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Sep 13, 2005
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BTBF, I wouldn't worry too much about it. The spy texture is "embossed" somehow, and it varies a great deal from bag to bag. I have two bags from S/S 05 (green and sequinned) and there's hardly any texture on the leather at all compared to my petrol.
 

REYNALD0C

Birkin or Bust!
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May 10, 2006
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They changed the leather they used.. I forgot from what to what exactly, but that changed it, because the older one scuffed easier and alot of people complained about it. Like my cousin in law has an older one, and hers looks beat up and scuffed for days, and the SA told me they changed it.
 
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