This style is my update on the cowboy boot purse is commonly known as a “double” because two boots are used but I call them “Hearts” because of their shape. This newest version has a magetized flap top made from another boot half. These western leather purses are tote-style with original boot interior, without pockets. Spacious enough for an every-day bag. It Measures 11" x 15". I repurpose belts for straps and this on has a pair of complementary but not matching leather shoulder straps measuring 19" long. The leather base measures 10.5"x5.5".
Measurements may vary but they are pretty darn close.
Some purses have scuffs, irregularities or defects from the boot factory. This adds to it's character. By using recycled, factory seconds and irregulars you get a purse made from unworn boots. The leather bottom is hand-cut, stained and sealed. The top of the purse secures with a magnetic closure. Finally, each boot purse is finished with beautiful conchos and beading. Then it's ready to be shown off!
All of my handmade leather purses are created from reclaimed leather cowboy boots. They feature stunning conchos, beautiful beads and handmade leather shoulder straps. Each western leather purse is truly crafted one-of-a-kind by hand. I don't use any machines and I don't make any two the same. I hand-punch, hand-lace and hand-rivet each handmade purse. I've got the love and the calluses to show for it! I make each of my western leather purses unique because a purse should be as special as the lady who carries them.
I suggest the Top Shelf Totes for more shoulder bags you might like. If you prefer a larger purse browse here for exL Totes.
Rose states..."Excellent craftsmanship. Handmade boot purses. I love mine. Chris the owner was a pleasure to deal with. Honest and hardworking woman. I would recommend those who Love handmade boot purses or other items this company makes. A big thumbs up."
Luann Doke writes... "FIVE STARS! Thank you so much Chris!!! This purse is so beautiful!! I just love it!! You do absolutely beautiful work!"