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Old 04-09-2009, 01:41 PM   #1
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Leather suit repair place

I need a leather suit repair place. Can anyone recommend one in Houston (preferably SW Houston? I need the zipped re sawn.

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Originally Posted by jcat View Post
theres a place next to Motorcycles Unlimited that does good work
i second that

jessies shoe repair

they replaced the snap on my wrist and sewed velcro onto the knee's for pucks for about 50 bucks.
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Willis Taylors in Dickinson has worked on my leathers and riding jackets. Last time he sowed my leathers up the same day I dropped them off. He uses strong nylon thread. (Strong enough to stay together during the hi speed lowside I had the next day at MSR).
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I meant zipper...can't spell can I?
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Old 04-09-2009, 03:57 PM   #6
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Jesse's Boots in South Houston on College. I just had them replace a zipper in my pants and add a 270* waist zipper to the pants and Vanson jacket. Uses all brass, HD zippers, bad work and quick turn around. I highly recommend them for leather repairs/altering.

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