Here's a pair of custom made extra wide leather wristbands for my friend, Dagz. He's a regional wrestler, and now he has the power of Leatherpunk. He can't lose.
Dagz winds up for a wicked back-hand.
Maybe you're curious to know where your cuffs and belts are made. If so, take a video tour of my leather workshop and see firsthand what a leather shop looks like. The video is located on the LP Facebook page. Thanks for watching!
I started making leather wristbands in 2002 with one leather hide and a box of tools, I worked in my bedroom on a tiny tabletop and had to brush the leather scraps off my bed each time I was done working. You have to start somewhere, right? I've put together a helpful guide for you, to point you in the right path and save you money with my list of the Top 5 Tools Essential To Working With Leather.
For example, did you know there are many different types of rawhide mallets? Which one should you get first? My guide will answer this and many other basic questions. Check it out!
Check out my new guide to Buying A Leather Watch Cuff. You don't need to be a watch expert to get a good watch. Learn what to look for, what to avoid, and more.
Now you can get white lettering on your leather chokers. See how it's done in this video!
What if Leatherpunk was a brand of wine? Would you drink it? Ok, maybe LP isn't into the fermentation business quite yet, but the decal you see on the bottle is a 2" indoor/outdoor freebie you'll receive with every order. Great for cars, laptops/tablets, guitars, or anywhere else you care to show your allegiance.
How to get your free studded bracelet...
Buy anything on Leatherpunk AND like us on facebook.com/leatherpunk and you'll automatically receive a single row pyramid studded leather bracelet with your order. (and a 2" LP decal)
The free bracelet will be the same sizing as the other item(s) you order. If you order a belt or choker(non wrist wear), please include your wrist measurements in the comment section.
This offer is no longer available.
Paying homage to American actor Michael Rooker, who played backwoods redneck Merle Dixon, Leatherpunk now offers a wide wrist cuff with cross and rivets. This cuff isn't an exact replica and I am in no way affiliated with Michael Rooker. That being said, you'll find this men's cuff to be a much more refined version.
The Leatherpunk version is three inches wide(slightly narrower than Rooker's) and more attention given to detail.