Seats and leathers


The hand-dyed leather seats are usually seven inches wide, but this is variable. The high quality leather is generously upholstered around foam for comfort and safety.


Don't rely too much on the colours shown here as it's not easy with a natural product such as hide to achieve an accurate representation.


As an alternative, the seats can be covered in your own fabric or suede. A metre-and-a-half of fabric would be required, depending on its pattern repeat and the size of the seats.


We have an excellent upholstery grade suede supplier that offers a choice of colours. The price depends on the quantity required, but expect around £80-£90 on top. Whatever the seats are upholstered in, they can be trimmed with brass nails, antiqued nails or have none.


We can supply new seats only if yours are damaged or you fancy a change.

Above:

Saddle brown, antique red, burgundy, mid green, fabric.

Studs: The edge of the seats can be finished with studs in brass or antiqued, spaced an inch (usual) or touching. Or have no studs at all for a cleaner, more modern finish.

Brass studs spaced an inch

Antique studs spaced an inch

Wildart is the exciting new range of leathers from Wildman & Bugby, ideal for your fender seat's upholstery.


Browse their website to choose an untamed leather.