Handbag Repair Directory > Handbag & Purse Repair Shops in Arizona
You’ve landed on the BagBirdy purse and handbag repair page for Tuscon. On this page you will find businesses within the Tuscon city limits that can restore, clean and bring your bags back to life. Now, most of these establishments go by “shoe repair”, but they have the experience and expertise to repair purses, clutches, zippers, straps, wallets, belts, backpacks and more.
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Bonanza Shoe Repair
This shop can repair purse straps and handles, they do luggage and zipper repair and they also repair belts.
912 W Prince Rd
Tucson, AZ 85705
Phone: (520) 742-4663
Alpine Boot & Shoe Repair
We need to call and find out more information. We’re not entirely sure they repair bags.
103 N Pantano Rd
Tucson, AZ 85710
Phone: (520) 790-4029
El Con Shoe Repair
This shop can repair and clean purses. They also repair belts. They also work on briefcases! (Which is something we don’t see very often).
4546 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85711
Phone: (520) 795-2436
If you’re OK with shipping your bag out to be repaired, we highly recommend Factotum in Laguna Beach, CA. They do excellent work and have been doing it for decades. Please visit our Factotum page listing here.
We have a Phoenix repair page that lists even more shops that can help you with your bags and luxury items.
If you do travel between California and Arizona, feel free to visit our Los Angeles and California handbag repair directory pages as well.
Tips for Tuscon!
• Be careful when you leave your bag in your car! That hot sun can do a number on certain materials.
• Same goes for leaving your bag next to windows. Too much direct sunlight (for hours, day after day) can discolor bag surfaces.
• In recent years there has been a trend to plant more native species in gardens, parks, walkways – which mean cactus! A lot of people end up brushing against these buggers and scratching their bags.