It was cowboy hats and boots that ruled this past weekend at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. It was the 19th annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show.
A week long event, the show wasn't all about the 60 vendors plying their leather wares, the show was also about education which included 42 leather workshops. Organizer Charil Reis.
One of the largest leather trade shows in the nation, the Rocky Mountain Leather Show had everything a leather crafter would need.
Workshop attendance increased by 30% which was a plus for vendors. Reis says even the kids got involved.
The Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show will return next year for it's 20th year the third weekend in May.