Here’s a list of Bible rebindings in leathers that are more flexible and supple, and would easily lie flat when your Bible is opened. While this page doesn’t have a lot of “Bible yoga” pics, there’s nothing stiff here!
All rebindings come complete with “Holy Bible” on the spine or face (if the material is imprintable), one ribbon marker, and new leatherette end pages.
These prices are assuming your Bible has an intact sewn binding. If the pages are falling out or the binding is glued, we would need to repair that with cord insertion ($30.00). Can’t tell? See our blog post.
When you’ve got a new cover on your favorite Bible, to avoid falling-out pages in the future, we recommend that you not to bend your Bible all the way backwards, … even if you can.
Pebble Grain Cowhide
These leathers were hand-picked for their softness and flexibility. Pictured are the black (below) and a thicker chocolate (left).
We have 20 colors of our regular weight pebble grain cowhide, all soft, flexible, and durable, even for a pretty thin kind of Bible. The thicker cowhide is best on a larger Bible.
The Leather-Lined River Grain Goatskin Specialty Style (Our most flexible option):
You may not want to try it with a really huge and heavy Bible. But below is a side-by side comparison with another medium sized leather-lined manufactured Bible. (Ours is the Bible to the left.)