I just received a Schott jacket I ordered from the web site. The jacket was listed on the web site as waxy buffalo, but the tag in the jacket I received states cowhide. When I reached out to Schott customer service, they indicated the jacket was previously made from cowhide, but they had switched over to production in buffalo. They offered me the option to return the cowhide jacket in exchange for buffalo. Can anyone weight in on the differences in feel, weight, etc. between cowhide and buffalo? I'm not unhappy with the jacket I received, it's just not the material I expected. In terms of personal preference, I like leather jackets that are comfortable and don't require a lot of wear to break in. But I also want the jack to be durable and last. I have owned several horsehide jackets and always end up getting rid of them because they are too heavy and too hard. I do like my steerhide, cowhide, and goatskin jackets. I just have no experience with buffalo. Thanks in advance to anyone who can share their thoughts on buffalo!