Check Joann Fabrics online or go to a local Joann Fabrics and look there, Joann has a wide assortment of these type of snaps and I've personally used the ones where I basically used a hammer to put together the snaps. Joann also has the tool to assemble if the material is thick and you don't think a simple hammer would do the trick. There's even complete kits with snaps and tool together in a package. Plus, there's always deep coupons at Joann, there's a current 40% off right now.
ch1cag0rob15-year Logan Squarite, in Jeff Park since `15
Brilliant stuff all. I've been looking for a solution for a backpack whose velcro is wearing out, and it looks like I could also use snap solutions for some of the tarps I use to cover things. Very useful!
The Chicago School of Shormaking and Leather Arts is awesome. Located in Ravrnswood, they have a large studio. Create your own pieces and learn how to fix your own piece. Another option is Shoe Drop. They have locations around the city to drop your piece, fix it and text you the price from their app which you can communicate with them about your repair. I’ve used shoe drop once to repair a handle on a blue backpack and they did an awesome job with the strap and lining. Looks new.