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  1. Worf

    Worf I'll Lock Up

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    Yeah... it won't stay zipped anymore... It separated in some rather embarrassing times and places. I remembered he did you right so I'm taking the plunge! I suppose I have to call them first tell em what I need then ship? I'm not quite sure how to do this.... Thanks for giving me the head's up on this...

    Worf
     
  2. Alan@JohnsonLeather

    Alan@JohnsonLeather Vendor

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    You can call us or email us at info@johnsonleather.com. You can ship the jackets USPS or UPS what ever is best for you. Once we receive the jackets we will call or email you to go over the cost of the repair and alteration.

    Remember Be Kind To Your Neighbors They Know Where You Live
     
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  3. J Leather Investigater

    J Leather Investigater One Too Many

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    Alan i have a jacket that i want worked on, i want some length removed an inch off the hem. Can i send it?
     
  4. Peacoat

    Peacoat Bartender Bartender

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    Probably best to contact Johnson directly on a question such as this

    1833 Polk Street
    San Francisco, CA 94109
    Ph: (415) 775-7393
    info@johnsonleather.com
     
  5. Alan@JohnsonLeather

    Alan@JohnsonLeather Vendor

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    Yes you can ship your jacket to us and please include a description of the alteration you want with name, address, phone and email. Once we receive it we will call or email you to go over the alterations and provide a quote and time frame.

    Just wanted to let ever one know we are open and customers can shop inside. Our new stores hours are.
    Monday through Saturday from 10:00am until 5:30pm.

    Remember be kind to your neighbor's they know where you live

    Thank You
    Alan
     
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