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post #76 of 524
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Hard to capture but there's this great blue cast-off from my jeans on the back and vertical striping from rain on the front Cowhide with horse accents
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I don't doubt that Scott will eventually make this right. What concerns me is that I've gone a while without getting a response from him before and I'd like to get this figured out ASAP. If someone else has my item, I'd rather just coordinate to ship our stuff to eachother rather than us both return to scott and then then have him correct the orders and send back out, thus doubling (tripling really) transit time.

This belt is gorgeous and thick though. I will probably end up having something similar made for myself after this is taken care of!

Hmm. That could be my belt but I'm not sure. I asked for the same buckle but I asked for a slightly thinner belt. I'll check today if I get your wallet. I'm expecting the package any day now.
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Cowhide with horse accents

that is frikken sweet. Was that $175?
post #79 of 524
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Yes sir, I love this bag and always get compliments on it. Nice to have it back in working condition
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Just got off the phone with Scott, he's taking care of everything in a more than professional manner. I feel lucky to have joined this forum and found out about his services, feels like being in on this awesome secret before the cat is out of the bag.

Pics to come
post #81 of 524
So how do I order a belt?
post #82 of 524
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click your heels 3 times
post #83 of 524
Thanks for the help, douche
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Thanks for the help, douche

whats so hard about reading older posts, dude?
post #85 of 524
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A) We're not allowed to post his information here B) If you bothered to read through the thread you'd know his new website C) Is it that hard to connect that with a thread about another member's work, it would help to contact said member?
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+1

that thing is simple but amazing. Kinda wish I was in school so I could have an excuse to have one. Alas the use my messenger bag gets is to carry my lunch to work

that bag makes me wish i had a need for it

unfortunately, i need it about as bad as i need a hole in my head
post #87 of 524
sorry new to this forum, so is that contact email in the pic the way i can get to contact unlucky ?
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Thought I'd post pics of the natural horsehide belt Scott made for me in April. The belt has one month of wear on it, worn 4 to 5 times a week (maybe 3 for some weeks). When I received it, before wearing, I treated it with Montana Pitch-Blend. This darkened the leather slightly, but a lot of darkening has taken place through normal wear. What I like best about this belt, and about horsehide in general, is that it has so much natural variation in the hide. You can really see this in the last two pics. It's completely natural and has developed with wear. And now, my mandatory apology for crappy pics. I took the photos on a used Priority Mail box -- for added jankiness! The white of the box, though, is a bright, true white, so you can imagine that this belt looks even better IRL. And, of course, I could write sonatas about how wonderful working with Scott is. His customer service is outrageously good for a one man operation. Pics:
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KitAkira's bag is awful purty.
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Thought I'd post pics of the natural horsehide belt Scott made for me in April. The belt has one month of wear on it, worn 4 to 5 times a week (maybe 3 for some weeks). When I received it, before wearing, I treated it with Montana Pitch-Blend. This darkened the leather slightly, but a lot of darkening has taken place through normal wear. What I like best about this belt, and about horsehide in general, is that it has so much natural variation in the hide. You can really see this in the last two pics. It's completely natural and has developed with wear. And now, my mandatory apology for crappy pics. I took the photos on a used Priority Mail box -- for added jankiness! The white of the box, though, is a bright, true white, so you can imagine that this belt looks even better IRL. And, of course, I could write sonatas about how wonderful working with Scott is. His customer service is outrageously good for a one man operation. Pics:
One thing to note, horsehide does not play well with margarine
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KitAkira's bag is awful purty.
Thanks, I love the bag (and somehow the rivets I replaced are holding out). Definitely would recommend his bags (I've even had leather hobbyists come up and ask me about the bag saying that it's really well done)
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