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Art Vincent is an award winning leather carver and artist. His leather work has been featured on the cover of international magazines several times and his designs are used by gun and archery shooter the world over. His murals grace the walls of Opryland Hotel in Nashville TN and some of the finest homes in America.
Art didn't start out being a leather craftsman and artist. His first love from early childhood was hunting and trapping. Running his own trap lines as early as 12.
His first bow was a Roy Rogers Signature, he say, "I think the draw weight was about 15 lbs, but it still killed my first woodchuck, when I was 10."
Art's love of archery has never fallen. He has won over 20 state championships in both 3-D and NFAA competitions. And, is the current NFAA Indoor State Champion in the traditional class. Art competes in only the traditional classes and shoots both the longbow and recurve finding it hard to like one style more than the other.
He has developed a reputation for being a designer of leather goods for the outdoorsman, but his leather work goes beyond mere function. It's true that his designs work but it is his intent to create heirlooms that owners will pass down to the coming generations.
All of his leather gear has been field tested by some of the hardest hunting folks you would ever have the pleasure of knowing………so his guarantee is simple.
"If it breaks, I'll fix it…….all guaranteed for my life. After that it's your problem."
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Custom Cruiser Side quiver with
Cedar Ridge Leatherworks makes one-of-a-kind leather gear for the outdoorsman and shooting sportsman. Each item is handmade from hand selected leathers to insure long use and durability.
An individual has the opportunity to have any animal, bird, or wildlife scene incorporated into the gear they purchase. Special requests are the hallmark of what Cedar Ridge is all about. You can truly get custom made leather gear.
Each item is hand carved and hand painted by international award winning artist Art Vincent.
It is Cedar Ridge Leatherworks' desire to produce items that give lifelong service and will be passed down to coming generations. Most leather gear is put up in the closet with other outdoor gear....You will want to put Cedar Ridge leather in you den for all to see.
I wanted an armguard good for all seasons. Big enough to keep a heavy coat or shirt sleeves out of the way, but still cool in the summer. This is what I came up with. It's light weight, but reinforced in needful areas, breath holes allows air to get to the forearm. Deer antler buttons can replace the brass hooks, leather tie thong or as shown with stretch cord available. Made from American Steers hides, veg tanned leather (same used to make saddles) Comes in either dark brown (shown) or Saddle Tan. $40.00. add $8.00 for deer antler buttons.
With all the features of the world famous Stalker the New Powderhorn edition is ramped up with improvements. Added D-ring for attaching the quiver while in tree stands or ground blinds. The best file you'll ever use for sharpening a broadhead, raw hide trim to protect the hood edge, and it will accomodate the newer longer 3:1 broadheads. If you choose your initials can be stamped in the hood cover at no charge....made for right or left hand specific use.
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" Of all the quivers I have used in 36 years of bowhunting, your side quiver greatly exceeds them all... in comfort, usability and quietness while stalking." I mean that sincerely Art, your quiver is one of my most useful tools!!! The fact that it is great looking is icing on the cake. I've received many compliments in the short time I've had it."
Ron Tandy and Gemsbok