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Savoy Leather: it’s Holster Art

Savoy Leather is a small family owned business based in the sprawling metropolis of Weleetka, OK (about 70 miles south of Tulsa). Originally founded in Louisiana, business owners Jeremiah and Jerri Savoy moved the business back to Oklahoma (Jeremiah is originally from here) and went to work. As you can see, they specialize in Second Amendment themed leather holsters (though that is by no means the limit of their reach or craftsmanship). Savoy Leather is an unabashedly faith-based and patriotic business, which in my mind is (after the obvious quality of their work) the best reason to support them.

These aren't your traditional sort of gentleman's wearable, but I think you'll agree they echo the ethos.


Go check them out. While doing so, pay attention to the “custom profession” holsters — from linemen and welders to truck drivers, firemen and cops they can do most anything to completely individualize a holster for you.

All handmade, all made in the USA.



Says Jeremiah,

“Worth every bead of sweat and every sleepless night. We do it for these customers. I have come to the realization that there are some who do not deserve to own a piece of me, and others I would gladly lose sleep to have the privilege to craft something for.”

All imagery taken from Savoy Leather social media outlets. 

Savoy Leather is online here. On Facebook here. On Instagram here. Follow them on Twitter here.

Need some custom work? Fill out this form right here. Need a gift certificate? Get one here.


I wasn't familiar with Savoy Leather, though they're just an hour from my house, so hat tip to Eric from VF Gunrunners for making me aware of 'em — and nice photoshop job SL!












“Savoy Leather is all about handmade custom leather creations.” Savoy Leather

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4 responses to “Savoy Leather: it’s Holster Art”

  1. kawakaman says:

    Just to let you know Savoy Leathers has closed down. Leaving loads of customers out of pocket and without products.

  2. Drew D'agostino says:

    I am writing with regards to Savoy leather. You gave such glowing reviews, but the company has closed, shut down their website, have not contacted me, and will not answer the phone. I paid $450 bucks for a custom holster for a friend helping me work on my cabin and nothing. I believe you owe the readers a new rebuttal about this company

    “Savoy Leather is an unabashedly faith-based and patriotic business”

    Thanks for your time and what a shame. Nothing faith based or patriotic about this company.


  3. Mike Wheeler says:

    After purchasing a couple of holsters from them, I ordered a custom holster from them, $250.00. Since the pandemic I have received nothing. No explanation, no time frame when to expect what I ordered. I feel like I have been ripped off. That kind of money across state lines should be a federal crime. If they have taken my money and run, as it sounds like, I hope they get caught and receive the correct justice due them. I would like to get what I ordered instead.

  4. Steve Anderson says:

    I too have lost money to savoy leather. I was told in good faith by Charles that my order would be sent. Now a year later NOTHING! Shame on you. Be true to your word.

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