- n. Plural form of leather.
“For his material, Esquivel uses some of the finest leathers from the best tanneries in the world.”
“But he was wearing the black leathers from the '68 comeback special.”
“Audience ranged from dark suits to sports clothes to Rolling Thunder reps in leathers.”
“There is a post in the pGR store forum about "leathers" this forum chick actually posted harbite's site, even after it was pulled from”
“For treats for kids (some adults like them too) blackberry 'leathers' use up a load of berries.”
“Gerard put on the "leathers," consisting of a padded leather tunic with long sleeves that he pulled on over a pair of thick leather breeches.”
“All the 'leathers' are gone in the first boat, sir.”
“The shop-boys in the neighbourhood had long been in the habit of branding Noah, in the public streets, with the ignominious epithets of "leathers," "charity," and the like; and Noah had borne them without reply.”
“We see motor cycle riders here riding without helmets or 'leathers' and wonder what happens when they go through a swarm of bugs.”
“Perhaps in the midst of the heat wave, when comfort trumps fashion, a desire to gaze upon clothes made of heavy, uncomfortable fabrics, leathers, and metals overtakes museum-goers otherwise content to gaze upon Renoirs and Van Goghs.”
Looking for tweets for leathers.