This is a classic and timeless piece. The one in the photo is all in black . I am able to make in other colors as well. I would hand stitch around the ends to sew the two different textures of leather together. I use triangle rings to attach the camera to the strap. The hardware is all silver … toned. The strap can be made adjustable up to 48 inches. The neck piece would be around 24 inches with wider and softer leather. The strap would be about 2 inches wide. We would use a 7 oz leather for that. Then the other part we would use a 7 oz leather in the same color to connect to the camera and where the adjustment area would be. I think you would be able to wear the strap over your shoulder or around your neck. Let me know your preference. This item is completely customizable to your request.Read more Read less
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Custom leather money holder
by Blair May 09th 2013
This was actually my second time working with Kendall because the first project was so great. This one was equally so. The leather work is impeccable, and he is such a pleasure to work with!
leather holster for a sig sauer p938 w/laser
by clifton Apr 09th 2013
My experience with ozark mountain was nothing but amazing! At first, I didn't really no what to expect but Kendall walked me through the entire process as well as sending me photo's along the way. He went above and beyond to make sure I was getting exactly what I wanted. The quality of leather he uses is exceptional. I will diffently use his services again In the near future. If you have a leather project, do not hesitate to go with ozark mountain.
A slide holster that will hold a Ruger Blackhawk single action revolver, similar to a Yaqui slide.
by Jeff Marty Mar 29th 2013
Kendall did a great job. He sent photos as the job progressed and I was able to give updated information as the project went along. Great guy to work with.
graduation money clip
by chad Mar 28th 2013
Couldnt say enough good things about how this project went
by Eric Mar 18th 2013
Kendall Cross, I ran across this web page on the day after my car was broken into. The 15 year old leather bag that my Mom gave me when I graduated from Law School was stolen. I placed a request and Ozark Mountain Leather was the first to respond. I had others responses but I awarded the project to Ozark because of their timeliness in contacting me and the workmanship I saw on their web page. The rest of the project was the same. They listened to my request, gave suggestions and sent many progress pictures. First, I would like to express my gratitude for this wonderful portfolio, and second I would highly recommend this designer to any and all. Again, Thank you for this wonderful product. I am proud to carry it and have had many complements. http://ozarkmountainleather.blogspot.com/ Eric A. DeWalt Attorney At Law