a soft suede leather formerly from the skin of the chamois antelope but now from sheepskin
leather Idiom, Proverb
Hell for leather
If you do something hell for leather, especially running, you do it as fast as you can.
hell-bent for leather
Idiom(s): hell-bent for leather
moving or behaving recklessly; riding a horse fast and recklessly. (Informal. Typically found in western movies.) • They took off after the horse thief, riding hell-bent for leather. • Here comes the boss. She's not just angry; she's hell-bent for leather.