Handbag Repair Directory > Handbag & Purse Repair Shops in Colorado

With a long history of cow hide production and leather working, Denver sits at the center of America’s great leather industry. The trick is you might have to travel a little further than the city’s center to find the magical artisans. Of course, these days traveling away from the city center tends to be a lot easier :).

Modern Shoe Repair

2817 E 3rd Ave
Denver, CO 80206

Phone: (720) 746-9413

A-1 Shoe & Luggage Repair

3108 S Parker Rd, Ste D03
Aurora, CO 80014

Phone: (303) 696-0849

Cobblers Plus

8000 E Quincy Ave Unit 800
Denver, CO 80237

Phone: (303) 400-6105

Y and L Shoes and Repair

600 S Holly St #102
Denver, CO 80246

Phone: (303) 333-9196

Westerfield Cobblers at “The Cleaners”

3923 E 8th Ave
Denver, CO 80206

Phone: (303) 534-2034

Rhine’s Shoe & Boot Repair

221 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80203

Phone: (303) 832-6345

Phelps Shoe Services

2594 S Colorado Blvd Unit F
Denver, CO 80222

Phone: (303) 756-5500

Chihuas Boots

1010 S Raritan St
Denver, CO 80223

Phone: (720) 297-8597

Cobbler’s Corner

826 17th St
Denver, CO 80202

Phone: (303) 623-3838

Comfort Shoes and Shoe Repair

6864 S University Blvd
Centennial, CO 80122

Phone: (303) 220-0613

If Your Chanel Bag Needs Servicing in Denver

Neiman Marcus – Denver
Street Address: Cherry Creek Shopping Center, 3030 E 1st Ave, Denver, CO 80206
Phone: (303) 329-2600

If Your Louis Vuitton Bag Needs Servicing in Denver

Louis Vuitton Denver Cherry Creek
Street Address: Cherry Creek Shopping Center 3000 E 1st Ave, Level 2, Denver,CO 80206
Phone: (303) 388-0033

Tips For Keeping Your Bag Tip-Top In Denver

The wonderful thing about Denver is that the weather isn’t as harsh as other parts of the country. For instance, the hot humid Southeast and oven-baking Southwest can do a number on bags. However, some of the same issues apply to bag care.

For instance, don’t leave your bag in your car. Not only does it become a prime target for break-ins, direct sunlights and high temperatures can put extra strain on your bag. Believe it or not, glues and hardware can be affected – prematurely decreasing the life of your handbag.

Extreme cold isn’t as a huge problem as hot weather can be. Hardware can become loose, which may lead to you losing a small screw eventually. Obviously, be careful of putting your bag in snowy or wet surfaces which may transfer an inadvertent stain. If you’re planning on going on a ski trip, it might be wise to keep your really nice bags at home.

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