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Leather Patches

Leather Patches

Leather patches are simply patches made out of leather. Materials generally used are pu;genuine leather;faux;plant leather;recycled leather;micro fiber.Various composite processes can be done on the leather patches, such as embroidery;silicone printing;embossed;gole foil stamp/sliver stamp and hot pressing.

Golden Brand specializes in producing premium leather patches that add a touch of elegance and durability to any garment or accessory. Our leather patches come in various materials, including PU, genuine leather, faux, plant-based leather, recycled leather, microfiber, and kraft paper, catering to a wide range of applications and sustainability preferences.

1.Why Choose Our Leather Patches?

  • Material Variety:

Choose from an extensive selection of materials to match your brand’s ethos and sustainability goals. From genuine leather for a classic look to recycled leather for eco-conscious brands, we have something for every preference.

Our OEM & ODM services allow for complete customization of your leather patches. Whether it’s a unique shape, size, or design, we can bring your vision to life.

  • Composite Processes:

We offer various composite processes on leather patches, such as embroidery, silicone printing, embossed, gold/silver foil stamping, and hot pressing, to create unique textures and visuals.

2.Spotlight on Embroidery Leather Patches:

Our embroidery leather patches combine the luxurious feel of leather with the intricate details of embroidery, perfect for making a statement on jackets, bags, and more. Explore designs like the vibrant “GB SUMMER BEACH” or the elegant “A Letter” patches for inspiration.

3.Composite Leather Patches for Versatility:

The “MASTER BATTLE” woven and embroidery leather patches exemplify our ability to blend materials and techniques for a standout look. These patches are ideal for custom clothing, accessories, and even suitcase branding, demonstrating the versatility of our offerings.

4.Commitment to Quality and Service:

Golden Brand is dedicated to providing the highest quality patches and customer service. From design consultation to post-sale support, we’re here to ensure your satisfaction at every step.

5.Get Started with Your Custom Leather Patches Today:

Elevate your brand with Golden Brand’s custom leather patches. Contact us to discuss your project, and let’s create something exceptional together. Explore our range and discover the perfect leather patch solution for your brand.


6.1 How long do leather patches last?

The longevity of leather patches depends on various factors, including the quality of the leather, the method used to attach the patch, the level of wear and tear, and how well the item is cared for. Here are some considerations:

  • Quality of Leather:

High-quality leather, properly cared for, can last for many years. Full-grain leather, in particular, is known for its durability and longevity. Lower-quality or thinner leathers may wear out more quickly.

  • Attachment Method:

The method used to attach the patch can affect its lifespan. Sewn-on patches tend to be more durable than glued-on or heat-transferred patches, as the stitching provides a stronger bond.

  • Level of Wear and Tear:

Leather patches on frequently worn items, such as jackets, bags, or jeans, may experience more wear and tear than patches on less frequently used items. Factors such as friction, stretching, and exposure to the elements can impact the longevity of the patch.

  • Care and Maintenance:

Proper care and maintenance can extend the lifespan of leather patches. Regularly cleaning and conditioning the leather can help keep it supple and prevent cracking or drying out. Avoiding exposure to harsh chemicals, extreme temperatures, and prolonged sunlight can also help preserve the leather.

  • Type of Use:

Leather patches on items that undergo heavy use, such as work jackets or bags, may wear out more quickly than patches on items that are used less frequently or more gently.

Overall, with proper care and maintenance, leather patches can last for many years, adding character and style to the items they adorn. However, it’s important to remember that all leather items will eventually show signs of wear over time, and patches may need to be replaced or repaired as needed.

6.2 Do iron patches work on leather?

  • Type of Patch:

Some iron-on patches are specifically designed for use on fabric and may not adhere well to leather due to its smooth, non-porous surface. However, there are iron-on patches available that are specifically labeled as suitable for use on leather or other non-fabric materials.

  • Adhesive Strength:

The adhesive on iron-on patches may not bond as effectively to leather as it does to fabric. Leather’s smooth surface and natural oils can make it more challenging for the adhesive to create a strong bond.

  • Heat Sensitivity:

Leather is sensitive to heat and can be damaged if exposed to high temperatures for too long. When applying iron-on patches to leather, it’s essential to use a low to medium heat setting on the iron and to apply heat for a shorter duration to prevent damage to the leather.

  • Surface Texture:

Some types of leather, particularly those with textured or embossed surfaces, may not provide an ideal surface for iron-on patches to adhere to. The texture of the leather can interfere with the patch’s ability to make direct contact with the adhesive.

  • Preparation and Application:

Proper preparation and application techniques are crucial for ensuring that iron-on patches adhere securely to leather. Before applying the patch, clean the leather surface thoroughly to remove any dirt, oils, or residues that may prevent the adhesive from bonding effectively. Apply even pressure and heat when ironing the patch onto the leather to ensure good adhesion.

While iron-on patches can work on leather, they may not provide as secure or long-lasting a bond as other attachment methods, such as sewing or using leather glue. If you choose to use iron-on patches on leather, it’s essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and to test the patches on a small, inconspicuous area of the leather first to ensure compatibility and to avoid damaging the leather surface.

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