Deer leather has long been associated with Native Americans and the American frontier. However, deerskin leather has many uses today. Because of its unique characteristics, deerskin leather is still in demand for leather shoes, moccasins, coats, shirts, vest, pants, and may other uses. deer skin is soft and supple. Deer skin is also stretchable, over time it conforms to your body. it is also breathable, which makes you less sweaty or warm when you wear it. Deerskin leather is the thinnest of all leather.