Alaska Salmon Leather Company
P.O. Box 234
Kodiak AK 99615
Phone: (907) 487-2357
Alaska Salmon Skin Leather products are a great catch! Yes, they are made from real fish skins. It's an upscale product at a reasonable price. Enjoy the luxury of owning a piece of wild Alaska.
Made in the last frontier on beautiful Kodiak Island, Alaska, this exquisite leather product is created from the natural fish skins of wild salmon. Each year hundreds of millions of wild salmon return to Alaska's streams to spawn, completing their lifecycle as they have for thousands of years. The salmon and other fish skins used at the Alaska Salmon Leather Company are a natural by-product of the commercial fishing industry. The company is proud of its efforts in helping fully utilize the great local renewable fishery resource in Alaska.
Each fish skin is made into leather the old fashioned way, one piece at a time. It takes a month to complete the 75-step hand process necessary to turn a single skin into finished leather. The end result of this painstaking attention to detail and hand labor is a beautiful, durable, long lasting leather. Each skin displays a unique pattern and texture.
All leather products are made using the quality "˜Turned Edge' method of construction. The edges of the leather are skived, folded, glued, and stitched to prevent the exposure of raw leather edges, providing a handsome finished product. Unsurpassed quality is evident throughout from the elegantly lined interiors to the finely stitched, very strong fish skin leather exterior.
The company's goal is to provide the best fish skin leather products in the world. The products are well constructed, practical, durable, and long lasting, providing years of service. In fact, all products are guaranteed for defects in workmanship for 1 year.
Because the leather products are made by hand, one at a time and not mass-produced on a production line, there may be times when a wait for a certain product may occur.
Alaska Salmon Leather pieces are made in Kodiak, Alaska.
Tours Available: No
Brick & Mortar: No
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|Date added: 8.8.2008|