Split means the underneath layer of side leather which has been "split" off. Devoid of a natural grain , it may be either sueded or pigment finished and embossed.

See also:
"Split" is in the HS Code "4404"
  Hoopwood; Split Poles; Piles, Pickets And Stakes Of Wood, Pointed But Not Sawn Lengthwise; Wooden St

"Split" is in the UNSPSC Code "31171528"
  Split bearing

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