A leather patch generally refers to a small piece of leather that is attached or sewn to a garment or accessory for decorative or functional purposes. Leather patches are commonly found on items such as jeans, jackets, hats, bags, and backpacks.
Leather patches are usually made from genuine or synthetic leather materials. Genuine leather patches are obtained from animal hides, known for their durability and natural appearance. For those who prefer not to use animal products, synthetic leather, such as faux leather or vegan leather, can be used as an alternative.
Patches are typically attached to clothing or accessories using stitching, adhesives, or a combination of the two methods, depending on the desired effect and the material being patched.