Honey Tan leather, perforations, detailed stitching and a custom Bianchi badge stitched on the back. This one is off to Sydney, Australia. Enjoy it Angus!
Selle San Marco (Laser) recovered in a full grain black leather. Red stitch detail.
This specialized saddle was done for Jan at Dahon Bikes. Recovered in luxurious tan coloured leather with a subtle debossed logo and some hand stitching to finish it off. If you find yourself in Bree Street, Cape Town, then pop into the Dahon shop. Some really cool fold-up bicycles available and youContinue reading “Saddle #099”
Selle SMP – such a rad saddle! Recovered in a classic tan coloured kudu leather with functional hand stitching to highlight the beautiful curves and lines of this uniquely designed saddle. This saddle was challenging for sure but definitely one of our finest jobs to date!
Selle Italia – SLR Superflow recovered in a distressed brown full grain leather with contrasting orange stitch.
Thabit was recommended to us by Woodheads. Thanks Woodheads! The saddle he brought us came off his wife’s Puma bike and was in need of some love. Amazing how quickly the unnecessary rivets on this saddle had rusted. Cheap bike parts on the Puma bikes or too much time standing outside? Choc brown recover withContinue reading “Saddle #076”
Colleen popped in to our studio with her lovely Peugeot foldie and a saddle that was well and truly dead. We stripped it, cleaned the metal base bits and rebuilt the cover. A real challenge but the result is awesome.
This tan kudu hide saddle with baseball stitch and perforated detail was done for Marc Perel who curates The Deep Section blog. Marc has bee a keen follower of our work and the opportunity to customise his saddle was a long time coming. We initially sat down over a cup of coffee one crisp autumnContinue reading “Saddle #070”
Alistair had been threatening for months if not years that he had some old saddles he was wanting restored. I think at one point he might have said he was going to try do it himself. What we do might look simple and straight forward but over time we’ve learnt some tricks and techniques thatContinue reading “Saddle #068 & #069”