With the success of my STEAMPUNK cuffs I have been doing. I decided to come on over to Custom Made. The pictures are from a custom order I did where the buyer wanted everything sewn (no rivets) and he wanted all of the edges wrapped. Even the snaps are covered. So all of the edges have leather basted (sewn) over them for extra comfort. These were also lined on the inside with rabbit hide for yet even more comfort. Now these aren't just for show. These were made to wear out in the woods while hunting and doing nature photography. A lot of thought, time and care goes into every piece of leather work I do and these ones take more time than most due to all of the hand sewing.
A little history on Cowboy Cuffs (wrist cuffs). Leather wrist cuffs were used during the late 1800's to protect cowboy's wrists and shirtsleeve from injury or damage caused by rope burns, brush scrapes, cow kicks, branding irons, wire fencing, and other hazards. Cowboy cuffs are also worn by re-enactors and cowboy shooters. They are also popular with STEAMPUNK fans, hence this style. I use to wear a pair of these bucking hay in the summer growing up.
These are made from 6-7 ounce leather, hand tooled and hand sewn. I do all the work myself from start to finish. Please let me know your wrist size and your forearm size in order to get this to be a perfect fit. This will be made to order so if you want rivets, specific colors, different conchos or your name/initials in the center just let me know.
"OMG, it's fabulous. the level of the craftsmanship is bar none.
I've very impressed and very very happy. thank you so much."
If you would like a pair be sure to order 2. Price is per cuff. Thank you for taking the time to check out my work and contact me if you have any questions.
Different art work/designs available. If you have a picture of what you want I can put it on here. Your imagination is the limit. Price will adjust accordingly of course :)
Please note that production time can be up to 2 weeks. This doesn't include shipping time. So actual delivery time will depend on my workload and the time of the season. Thank you for understanding.
*I seal all my work on both the inside and the outside. All you have to do to clean them is use a soft damp cloth to wipe them up. No oiling or saddle soap is necessary.