Although local cowboy legend Don King died in 2007, his sons still operate King's Saddlery and Ropes, where they've been hand-tooling saddles since the 1940s. They also make high-quality equipment for area ranchers and professional rodeo performers. King's has crafted gear for many celebrities, including Queen Elizabeth II. The real treat is found across a small alley directly behind the store, where a small museum is chock-full of Western memorabilia, ranging from more than 400 vintage firearms and hand-crafted spurs to historical photographs, wildlife mounts, and arguably the largest collection of Western saddles anywhere.
184 N. Main St., Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801, United States
Dec 19, 2014
If you are thinking about purchasing anything through their online store, think again. Do not purchase from this company - worst customer service experience I have ever received in my life. They told me they were shipping out my hat, and I still hadn't received it three weeks later. I contacted the company and they told me they forgot to place the order. I understand - people make mistakes. But, they didn't even apologize or do anything to try to
fix the error. They sent the hat out and even charged me extra in shipping to expedite the shipping since they forgot to place the order in the first place! Any other company would have waived the shipping fee since it was their mistake, or at least apologized for not placing the order. Not even a simple "I'm sorry!" I even sent them another email saying I was very disappointed in their customer service, and I got no response. Shows that no one in this company cares about how they treat their customers. I will never purchase from this company again.