March 20, 2019 1 min read

We took a short hiatus on making seats to focus on getting all the wallet and belt orders we've had coming in. Short of working on the remaining Zebra wallets, we're (humblebrag inbound) doing a dang fine job keeping up on orders right now. We recently got a fresh batch of seat pans, so we decided to make a few premium seats.

If you didn't know, RyanTheAnvil got his start making seats. Anvil Customs wouldn't be one of the industry leaders in high quality handmade leather goods without that first seat. All that to say, Anvil has been making seats since day one, and he's gotten pretty dang good at it. Take a moment and oggle these beauties we put together:

 



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