Nick Offerman, who is probably most recognized as the character Ron Swanson from the show Parks & Recreation recently did an interview on Hot Ones. Whether or not you're a fan of his acting, its worth noting that he is also quite the woodworker and craftsman. During the interview, he was asked about his views on getting pizza delivered by drone, which leads to a great section about his views on industrial consumerism:
Now it's fair to say we aren't woodworkers here at Anvil Customs, but the sentiment he speaks about says volumes about the nature of what we do with leather here at our shop. Knowing your tools and materials, making stuff with your hands, and doing it to make something that will last a long, long time are all fundamental facets of the leatherwork we do. Our wallets, belts, and various other products are crafted with care so that while you might spend more on one made by us, you're not going to have to buy a new one in a year or two because it wore out... but you might want to just because of how awesome they are. Now we ham it up on social media sure, because we get to have a great time doing what we love to do, but make no mistake we have some real tenets we live and work by here at Anvil Customs:
We have a lifetime warranty because we know how tough our products are, and we stand behind that.
We take our time and give each product the attention to detail it deserves.
We do our best to make use of every square inch of hide because it's not only better for the environment, but it's also just good business practice.
Our focus is on quality over quantity. When you purchase something from us you're buying from a small business, not a giant factory that pumps out thousands of crap products a month.
Our customers mean the world to us. That's why we formed the Anvil Crew, to bring like-minded people together behind our brand. Customer service, communication, and a sincere wish for you to be happy with your purchase are always at the top of our minds.
If you do your research you will find hundreds of websites that sell mass produced thin leather wallets from Asia that really don't have that "special" quality about them. Plus they're basically designed to fall apart in a year or two, so that's right out. No no, you want something that is unique, nicely crafted and built to last don't you? That's the type of gift that really makes a statement.
As a continuation of our "Way Too Early" Gift guide for 2019 we'll be covering a few more ideas that we think will make a great gift for your loved ones. In this section we'll be covering some of the more luxurious leather offerings we have available for the person in your life who really deserves the top shelf gift.
You already know about the Anvil Crew Forum right? Right. That's where we post our Wednesday Auctions. Additionally there are other topics you might want to follow too?... We've also started a leader board for accruing points. You'll be able to get to the top by creating new topics and generally interacting with the forum.