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Favorites for Fall


October 17, 2019

Our bags are designed for every season. Made of durable, quality leather, each item is crafted with care and built to last.

While we love the timeless look of our leather, these styles look especially great for fall. Check out our favorites for each scenario below, from everyday commutes to special trips.

 

For a work day

The Barton Briefcase // The Barton leather briefcase is handcrafted with full grain milled pebble grain leather, and trimmed with oil-tanned saddle leather. A classic professional briefcase that features two generous front pockets, the Barton is designed to accommodate most 15” laptops.

 

For small excursions

The Lewis Backpack // Pictured here in the bestselling espresso leather, the Lewis backpack also comes in 3 other colors–tan, brown, and black. Its padded backpack shoulder straps provide a comfortable carry. 

 

For travels around the world

The Whitman Wheeled Carry-On // A suitcase made of water-resistant waxed canvas, the Whitman's 4 high-quality spinner wheels are perfect for longer trips. The two stage locking handle make it easy to roll luggage around.

 

For a quick getaway

The Twain Weekender // Our bestselling weekender is made of American cowhide leather selected from the top 5% of available hides. Finished with natural oils and waxes, this duffel bag is colored only with aniline dyes, letting the leather retain its natural beauty over time.  




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