Fort Worth – M.L. Leddy’s

M.L. Leddy’s – Best Store in Fort Worth – Shop Across Texas
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At M.L. Leddy’s, customers will feel as though they’ve taken a trip back in time, where old-fashioned values are still the norm. Leddy’s (as it’s lovingly referred to by locals) is an 85-year-old, family-owned business that represents incomparable quality and service in the heart of Fort Worth. Best known for their handmade boots which can range in design from exotic leathers, to TCU horned frogs, or the Texas flag – anyone can customize a pair to their liking. “The expert level of detail and skill given to every custom handmade boot, saddle and leather product has and continues to set M.L. Leddy’s apart.” Leddy’s also has western wear, which promises to make even the most unlikely of people feel like a true cowboy.

2455 N. Main
Fort Worth, Texas 76164

Mon. – Sat.: 9am – 6pm
Sun.: Closed


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