Wickett & Craig Russet Skirting

(4 customer reviews)

$330.75$349.65

Skirting from W&C in russet.

SKU: WCKTT-CRG-SKRTNG Categories: , ,

Description

What is Wickett & Craig Skirting?

Wickett & Craig (W&C) russet skirting is one of the more popular options for skirting leather. Thick and extremely responsive to dyeing and antiquing. Available only in the russet color option.

When do people use Wickett & Craig Russet Skirting?

This style of leather works well for saddle skirts, stirrup leathers, fenders and armor for re-enactment. Crafters may prefer its rich look that takes leather dye and antiquing exceptionally well, in addition to precision tooling.

What thicknesses and sizes are available?

We offer both 10-12 oz and 12-14 oz skirting from Wickett & Craig. Average side is 27 square feet.

Learn more about leather thicknesses.

Additional information

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Thickness

10-12 oz, 12-14 oz

Color

Russet

4 reviews for Wickett & Craig Russet Skirting

4.3
Based on 4 reviews
  1. jimmontg

    This is the cleanest and most consistent leather I’ve ever made a belt from. I use the 10-12 oz skirting then I tape the very smooth back and it is quite smooth. I then stamp a full basket weave arrowhead pattern with no discernable stretch and have no need to put a liner on it to give it a stiff belt feel hence the 10-12 oz thickness. On carving I cheat sometimes and use a small rose stamp (keeps it below grade) and carve it using the fine detail swivel blade and it takes the smallest details and holds them. To say it cuts like a charm is no exaggeration and it splits in my small hand splitter almost as easily as oiled and waxed leather does. Hermann Oak is good, make no mistake, but Wickett & Craig is better. Ever notice you never see W&C in “Craftsman” grade, I wonder why? I really do wonder.

  2. ss327chevelle (verified owner)

    I decided to buy the Wickett and Craig after having bad experience with the Economy Double Shoulders being of very bad quality. I gave 3 stars as the piece I received have as good amount of creases/scratches and the back has a lot of fuzz. Maybe I got unlucky and received a bad piece I’m not sure. I’ll be looking at other websites for better quality leather.

  3. Jordan Simmons (verified owner)

  4. Hillary C. (verified owner)

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