The leather needle has the shape of a wedge at the point, giving it superior piercing power for unyielding fabric such as genuine leather, suede, or heavy vinyl. This needle makes a clean, large hole as it enters the fabric. Tying or sealing thread ends is better than backstitching to secure. Sew accurately since removing stitches and restitching will leave hole markings. Synthetic leathers and suedes can and should be sewn with standard needles.
Needle system: 29X4 (Leather Point Needles)
These needles also cross to these different needle systems: 332LL, 332LR, DIX4, SY3750