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What is a crazy horse leather upper? Does it actually come from a horse, instead of a cow?

What is a crazy horse leather upper? Does it actually come from a horse, instead of a cow?

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I only know of two crazy horses. One is the famous Indian, Chief Crazy Horse. The other is the Crazy Horse Saloon, also a rather famous saloon. I think there's also a Crazy Horse club in Paris. But horse hides are not, to my knowledge, used to make leather.

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