Our owner, Bryan Wildt is so passionate about his job here at Wildt Leather! You can always catch him working hard on a project in the shop from custom belts, new exotic wallets, ladies handbags, to even shoe repairs for our customers!! Go behind the scenes with us in the video below and see him work around the shop. Remember...if it's a Wildt, it'll LAST!
Here at Wildt Leather, we handle leather product repairs and even resoles of your favorite pair of cowboy boots. Resoling is crucial when it comes to ensuring that your shoes live a longer “life”. It’s also not near as complicated as you might think. But, there are some things you need to keep an eye on to determine when it’s officially time to get them resoled. Here are 3 signs it’s time to bring your shoes in for new soles at Wildt Leather. 1. Your sole is split into two pi
We would love to show you the line of billfolds we’ve started making here at Wildt Leather! Our owner Bryan Wildt has been in the leather business, making saddles, gear and leather items for years. Billfolds have been one thing that he’s struggled with making for years. Fortunately, there was a guy in Texas that came out with some patterns that he really liked and really helped put us in the billfold business. Understandably, billfolds are tough which is what makes us that mu
One of the most common questions that comes up around the topic of buying quality leather products is, what's the best way to store them safely? In today's blog, we want to share a few of our favorite tips to help keep your favorite Wildt Leather products safe and lasting for years and years to come. Tip #1: Utilize acid free paper or garment bags for protective covering as you store your products. This will help keep them covered and away from dust and any other environmenta