Classic western wear, fine handcrafted leather items and much more can be found at Western Outfitters and DeBerge Saddlery, located at 316 W. Route 66 in downtown Williams.

Western Outfitters and DeBerge Saddlery is a leather lover’s dream come true and a great stop for any fan of the southwest.

Owner Tamera Schramm invites locals and tourists to check out all the great offerings at Western Outfitters and DeBerge Saddlery. Ray DeBerge, renowned artist and saddle maker, started DeBerge’s Saddlery in Williams many years ago. Schramm was lucky enough to become a willing and eager student. Learning this craft from a master has inspired her to put her own unique stamp on her designs and create pieces of true artistry. Her work includes handbags, belts, chaps, gun leather and saddlebags, as well as saddles.

Western Outfitters is a mecca for people seeking modern western wear. Schramm not only sells her creations, but also leather garments, boots, hats, sandals, jewelry, fine purses and men’s, women’s and children’s apparel.

Western Outfitters carries Lucchese, Tony Lama, Corral, Dan Post, Ariat and Nocona boots, Stetson, Bailey and Charlie 1 Horse hats, Coronado concealment garments and bags, Minnetonka moccasins and sandals, Cripple Creek, Scully, Levi and Wrangler garments, American West purses and many American made products.

Highroads, AAA’s travel magazine, recently featured Schramm and DeBerge Saddlery, which included a television segment with Dan Davis.

The smell of leather is predominant in the popular shop on Route 66 where Schramm can often be found leatherworking. Western Outfitters and DeBerge Saddlery are open seven days a week and the friendly staff welcomes visitors from all over the world. Schramm’s work can now be found all over the United States and abroad.