Tanner Goods

Earlier this year, I posted about Tanner Goods in my NAHBS coverage. They introduced their bicycle portage line in the Ira Ryan booth and it took me a few minutes to realize it was the same Tanner that made my belt and wallet I have been wearing for about a year now. Tanner’s leather products are hand made in Portland, in a small studio off Broadway.

Much like Danner Boots, Tanner assembles each of their products from treated hides in house. After a quick shop tour, I documented one of their sunglasses cases being made. Before I left, I picked up a camera strap for my 5D and if it’s anything like their belts and wallets, it’ll be a worthy investment.

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  • Is this an arbor press to emboss their logo? Very nice machine.

  • Robert

    They make really nice stuff, but i’d still take Nicholas Hollow’s work over it anytime. (Hollow’s Leather)

    Also Made In The USA, but it’s a one man show. (Really nice custom work too, check his flickr)