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The soft, napped leather of deer, elk, or sheepskin, brushed for a suede effect. Traditionally, buckskin was created by dressing the skin in a kind of lubricant, then scraping it with a tool or on a log to soften it. It was then suspended above a wood smoke fire to protect the material and give traditional buckskin its dark color.