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  1. cool material mix
  2. Yes, there is. It's called 'milled' have a look at Spriengfield leather company, there were some in different weights..
  3. could have more scrap out of that side than usually.. grade is a subject to suspect - those resellers buy in bulk, and the best quality that you can get directly from tannery. but you can try of course. i did buy recently WC eng bridle black for 95 bucks - awaiting for delivery. you can check on their website. there is stuff from overstock or similar
  4. I appreciate for your kind support, but looking for WC leather. It will take a lot time to get new leather samples, redeveloping products etc. - a mess ))
  5. Hi Mike I would recommend to source snaps from buckleguy, and use their matching hand setters. Even setting with their hand setters is a pleasure to work with. I find myself too much recommending these guys huh )) But, again - good quality I've ever seen before shifting to this store so far
  6. what about lining? don't they stretch over time?
  7. not only those you mentioned. the major problem here is that those manufacturers only have 1mm or similar thread thicknesses. which doesn't give us, craftsman, variation on in thicknesses, regular stocks etc. ...
  8. is that a mexican tan leather?
  9. weight restrictions? really? how is that? curious..
  10. it's bulky and thick..
  11. Brian, I personally use and very like the quality of Kyoshin (store name is GoodsJapan) affordable, smooth and easy cuts. for the money it costs, i would give it a try they are close to you geographically. I got mine in a week. Fast shippin
  12. is there anything should be put in the head part? smth round?
  13. I rather go for a Horween leather ))
  14. nice work. what's inside? what leather?