Montana Pitch-Blend

Leather Goods

What kinds of Leather Goods can our products be used on?

Our products are made for these kinds of thick/rugged leather goods:


Leather Goods Gallery

The following is an image gallery to show samples of the types of leather goods that our products can be used on. This gallery is not a complete list - just a sampling.

Our products are great for maintaining new thick leather goods & for restoring & maintaining thick vintage or antique leathers.

Apparel & Footwear

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Saddles & Tack

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Sporting Goods

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Hunting Goods

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Accessories & Misc

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Furniture & Indoor

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When it comes to the type of leather, it's simplest to say that any kind of thick, rugged, or outdoor leather goods are ideal for our rich oil-based leather conditioners. Thicker leathers absorb oil-based products well and actually require a richer, longer-lasting product to perform to their best. Most common leather goods (see the above gallery) are made with thicker skinned leathers because of the kind of use and abuse they are made for.

The only leather types we don't recommend oil-based products like ours on are very thin, lightweight, textured, or fine / exquisite styles such as: suede, nubuck, thin lambskin apparel, and very fine ladies' purses and shoes (standard thick accessories are okay - but the very unique and refined textures are what we're referring to here). When you apply oil to these types of textures, the result appears to be more of a stain because the oil moistens the texture so much that it gets extremely dark… similar to when raindrops can darken and temporarily stain the surface of leather, especially lighter colors.

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