About Three Mutts Customs

I’m Chris Wright, the artisan behind Three Mutts Customs. I’ve spent years working with and studying various materials to find the mediums that challenge me to create rugged, useful items for others to enjoy.

My passion for creating artwork & working on motorcycles inspired me to revisit my past and take up leatherworking again in 2008.

As a rider and greasemonkey/maker, I understand the passion you have for riding and customizing your bike. I strive to build the best leathers in the motorcycle market, using only the highest grade materials such as Hermann Oak A grade cowhide, Australian Kangaroo lacing and Fiebings Professional grade dyes and finishes. Your artwork may not always be to my taste but the translation of it from your ideas to my leatherwork will always be to the best of my abilities.

I started competing in International Leatherworking competitons in 2013. First showing was at IFoLG Denver in September, Three Mutts Customs walked away with:
First Place in Motorcycle Accessories - Advanced Division
Best in Category - Motorcycle Accessories
, All Divisions
Keep an eye out for the 2014 entries!

Also in 2013, I began writing for the Leather Crafters and Saddlers Journal as a recurring writer for the Urban Leather catagory, Motorcycle Leather projects. You can check out the magazine here: http://www.leathercraftersjournal.com/

In my shop, rule #1  is: If I wouldn't be proud to have it on my bike, I won't ship it.

Chloe - Three Mutts Customs
4/4/2012: It is with great sadness that I share the news that one of the Three Mutts, Chloe - Shop Supervising Pup, passed away tonight at the age of 11 due to complications following a surgery to remove a cyst from her hip.  She will be missed greatly.  Please visit her album in the photo gallery & enjoy some of the fun times she and I had over the years: Chloe's shop shots





8/1/2012: After some time to move forward after losing Chloe, it was time to search for a new friend and Shop Supervisor to share the long hours with.  Meet Buddah Boy, adopted from Downtown Dog Rescue.  Great Dane, Black Lab and Boxer mix, now at 19 months old comes in at 21" high at the shoulders and 105lbs and still growing!




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