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Our "Picture of the Week" is from Cold Leather Products. They provided us with a nice article -- read on! Debossing dies by OWOSSO.

There are some things that go perfect together like mesquite wood and Texas Barbeque or ice cold sweet watermelon on a blistering Texas summer day. Well the same holds true with your favorite beverage snugged down inside a Cold Leather Koozie. Friends and Neighbors, Cold Leather provides an assortment of handcrafted leather products that will make any occasion memorable whose quality stands above the rest. Cold leather is true to the Texas tradition of providing handcrafted products that capture the fine aspects of leather and the rustic way of life Texans choose to follow.

All Texans know that authentic genuine leather provides the feel of elegance and class that stands alone. Leather also endures the punishment the elements in life bring us. Maybe a rough river trip down the Frio or perhaps, a salty Gulf Coast fishing trip, Cold Leather’s quality stands true to all the roughest tests outdoor life can offer. Our customers are making a statement when they purchase one of our products! Our products reflect the time honored Texas tradition of quality, craftsmanship and a fine attention to detail which Texans have come to expect out of a handcrafted product. Our goal at Cold Leather from the very beginning has been simple: create a product that is unique in design and can be customized by our customer’s individualism. 

Office, home, river adventures, fishing trips, ranches, outfitters, corporate gifts, weddings or promotional items, just to name a few; Cold Leather has given new meaning to the word “gift.” Our products are the perfect option for the person that has everything. 

We are a Texas born company now and forever and will continue to do our very best to provide unique products that will impress those customers who choose quality, style and the rustic way of life we hold dear. 

Article by: Neal Moynahan