Skyrim Console Commands for Leather
Leather and leather strips, in general, are a very useful commodity in the Skyrim world. You need them to craft different important appliances, from weapons to armor. Even though you can find your leather strips or leather itself by scavenging the Skyrim world, sometimes it is easier to use console commands to get the exact type of leather you want to make your quest move faster just as the shout console commands do.
To launch the console in Skyrim, hit the tilde (~) key on your keyboard. Most keyboards will have this key just below the Esc key, to the left of number 1 (1) key. Once the console is up, you can start typing your console commands and hit enter to activate them. If you want to target a specific in-game item, launch the developer console and click on the object in the game and you will be locked on.
Console commands only work for PC versions of the game and console gamers will have no option but to play this Elder Scrolls title without Skyrim console commands leather strips hacks.
Skyrim Leather Console Commands
Uses the Player.AddItem <ID> <#> console command to add different types of leather from your inventory. This means that all you need is the leather ID and you will add as much as your inventory can take. It is up to you to convert all this leather into strips or other usable forms on your own.
Here is an example of the console command at work
Player.AddItem 0003AD52 5
This will add 5 Bear pelts to your inventory (0003AD52 is the code for bear pelt and 5 is the number needed)
Skyrim Leather Console Commands List
- Bear Pelt: 0003AD52
- Cave Bear Pelt: 0003AD53
- Chaurus Chitin: 0003AD57
- Cow Hide: 0003AD8F
- Deer Hide: 000D284D
- Deer Hide:0003AD90
- Elk Hide: 0003AD90
- Fox Pelt: 000D4B35
- Goat Hide: 0003AD8E
- Horse Hide: 0003AD93
- Ice Wolf Pelt: 0003AD75
- Leather: 000DB5D2
- Leather Strips: 000800E4
- Sabre Cat Pelt: 0003AD6D
- Sabre Cat Snow Pelt: 0003AD6E
- Snow Bear Pelt: 0003AD54
- Snow Fox Pelt: 000D4BE7
- Wolf Pelt: 0003AD74