Prairie Goods: Leather Up With Local Materials from Cowtown

Prairie Goods began because owner Jason Domingues couldn’t find a wallet for sale he really liked. He decided to make his own and things expanded from there.

Kansas City may have evolved from a cow town to a booming metropolis, but we still honor our roots—albeit in a more artful way than most locales.

Today, we’re into leather. Real, handcrafted leather. This Chef’s Knife Roll ($175) by Prairie Goods combines form with function in an honest Midwestern fashion. They make every item by hand, as it is ordered, with premium, natural vegetable-tanned leather.

All the leather is sourced locally, and you even have color options. No mass-produced stuff here. So who needs to cowboy up, when you can creatively leather up?