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Cochise Leather Company, Leather Goods Dealers, Cochise, AZ


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Welcome to Cochise Leather Company!
 
Cochise Leather does not have a store front; we sell online only.  Everything is custom made, Dave and his wife Claire make each and every finished leather product, badges and conchos that are for sale on the site.  All work is done onsite in their Cochise, Arizona workshop. No work is contracted out to secondary vendors or sent across the border to be made as many of our competitors do.  Every piece is MADE IN THE USA  
Selling directly to you without storefront overhead enable us to keep our prices low and pass the savings on to you.  

Cochise Leather Company LLC has re-located from the town of Cochise to the Black Canyon City area. Black Canyon City was originally a stage stop on the Phoenix to Prescott line, a military stopover en route to Fort Whipple and Fort Verde during Territorial days, and a supply center for gold mines in the southern Bradshaw Mountains. It has been know by several names in the past, including Goddard, 
Cañon, and Black Canyon which is what most locals still call it.  Being surrounded by the history of the old west and the ghost towns of the area has lent David LaFlair a unique aspect when making his leather products.  

David has been making leather goods for many years and believes that quality, construction, detail, durability and value are the most the most important things about his western leather products. He sells a truly exceptional product that will stand up to the wear and tear of everyday use and time. One that can be handed down through the generations.
 
David is a member of SASS and is also known by his handle "Dull Knife Dave" (#37361). 
 
 
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To read more about Cochise County, Arizona area ghost towns, click here.