During inception, design and make, I meticulously handcraft each piece with you in mind. Using traditional saddlery techniques, vegetable tanned leather and North American sourced materials, from start to finish “built to last” is my first priority. When you first get it, it’s just a bag. But as you use it, it becomes an emblem brought to life by you. So you can always wear your life’s memories authentically and so you can immortalize the beautiful life you’ve built.

Heritage of Craft

Owner and designer Becca Meadows took the traditional saddlery techniques passed down from her father and translated them to fashion. Sadelmager's history of artisan handcraft comes from decades of experience working in the horse industry. Our work is guaranteed for life with confidence.


I adopted the same traditional techniques of saddlery passed down from my father and applied them to create apparel. My goal was to fulfill a need that I felt was lacking in fashion, especially in women’s fashion – durability. I felt I was always compromising on either style or quality and never felt like what I spent my money on had any longstanding value. I wanted to create something that was sustainable, both in how it was built and how it could be used. All our materials are sourced in North America, ethically, and without exploitive labour.


Class never goes out of style. At Sadelmager we don't believe in trends. Instead we focus on timeless pieces. Our goal is to create our goods so that you can effortlessly fit them into your wardrobe and everyday life.

our mission

At Sadelmager Design House, we think you should never have to settle and shopping sustainable should be easy. We believe in making the everyday extraordinary through creating functional pieces of art. We are dedicated to creating luxury leather goods that work as hard as you do. From belts to bags, we believe in creating durable goods that are built to last a lifetime and will become a staple in any wardrobe.  Proudly, ethically made in Canada.

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Traditional Saddlery Techniques

Meticulous Creation