With Barrett Alley, we’ve come across some truly unique leather goods. The shop is a one-man business that’s taking the word “handmade” very seriously. Each product is hand-sewn using a traditional saddle stitch, which is stronger than a machine-sewn stitch. They use American raw materials whenever possible, along with vintage and antique materials that you won’t find anywhere else. Their Deer Edo wallets, for instance, use American deerskin in place of leather… and what about the lining? For that Barrett uses antique, hand-dyed and hand-loomed hemp indigo lining from the Japanese Edo period. The rest of their goods are made from a more standard vegetable tanned leather. Prices range from $95 for the more basic wallets to $460 for the limited (edition of 3) Deer Edo wallets. Check out the gallery after the break, then see their entire selection at the Barrett Alley online shop.