Al Stohlman's name has always stood for the best in leathercraft. The 11cm blade is stainless steel and polished to a mirror-like finish that helps it easily glide through thick leathers like saddle skirting. The unique engraving, solid brass bolster and hardwood handle makes this knife pieces of art. The handle is contoured to give you an easy, secure grip so you can work faster with complete control. Head knives are one of the most versatile and most used tools for cutting and skiving of the thinnest to the heaviest of leathers. The head knife is also commonly referred to as a round knife. Once you have mastered this tool, you will wonder how you could have ever leathercrafted without it.
Professionally designed tool for cutting strips up to 10cm wide. Two cross bars firmly hold and weight leather for perfect cuts everytime. One blade included. Replacement blades available item. no. 3081-00.
Add a professional look to your projects. These 2" (51 mm) diameter slickers are amazing tools for burnishing a smooth polished edge to your projects. Works great for belts and lighter weight projects. Use by hand or adapt to an electric drill for faster results. double grooved (1/16" and 1/8" - 1.5 and 3 mm). Every leathercrafter should have one of these in their toolbox.
You will love this tool for burnishing your projects. This tool is ideal for those small curved areas that are often hard to reach. You have four width choices and a long handle to make your burnishing easier. End of the tool can be used for ‘pushing out’ leather when doing carving with embossing.
Skives most thicknesses of leather without cutting too deeply. The easiest skiving tool to use. Features heavy duty construction that is perfect for skinving. It has a contoured handle for a perfect grip and easy blade replacement. Three blades included.
This is one of the finest bench splitters manufactured today. When you see the plate steel construction of this splitter, you will know that it is ready for a lot of use. The 6" (152 mm) blade makes it great for skiving straps to a consistent thickness or just thinning down the ends for a buckle. Adjustments will let you set it to get the same results every time.