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Stone-Washed Americana Duffel #205 | L.E.

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Designed to raise your expectations of a duffel bag. Constructed to be large enough for a weekend getaway but classic enough to last a lifetime. Finished with bull-denim cotton lining, side brass cinch straps, oversized brass Ykk USA top zipper.  

100% designed, cut, tanned and sewn in USA. Made from Horween® vegetable-tanned leather then stone-washed in a 100-year old denim wash house in Los Angeles. The result is a true heirloom quality duffel bag that looks aged to perfection and built to last for generations.

This is a the first LIMITED EDITION run of our Washed Americana Duffel with only (5) pieces made. Each duffel is unique in it's texture & tone and marked with a unique 9-digit serial number. 
  • Materials
  • Features 
  • Details
  • Horween® Vegetable Tanned Steerhide (USA)
    Stone-Washed In Los Angeles, CA
    Solid Brass Hardware
    #10 Ykk Brass Zipper (USA)
    8oz. Cotton Twill Lining

  • Open main compartment with wide top opening
    Dual top handles with 6.5" drop
    Strap: 44” made of Horween® Dublin Leather with pad
    Inside gusset pocket with zipper (8” x 8”)
    Contrast stitch details
    Hand Stained & Waxed Edges
    Adjustable cinch straps for function and styling

  • 18" x 14" x 10"
    SKU: VA205
    Individual Internal Serial# (Marked & Logged)

    Designed & Built In USA

 


STONE-WASHED IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

    Inspired by vintage Americana work-wear, denim jeans and leather goods from the 70’s-80’s, our Vintage Stone-Washed Collection is like nothing else we have made. Each piece is crafted in our San Diego shop using a vegetable tanned Horween® leather, heavy #277 beige thread, solid-brass (Antiqued) hardware and stone-washed in Los Angeles, California after construction. Vegetable tanned leathers are a traditional artisan and labor intensive tanning process that creates unique characteristics in an environmentally friendly manner. The hides are processed in large wooden drums with natural tree bark tannins, waxes and Horween’s proprietary tanning liquors.
    After washing, the bags are shaped, air-dried, conditioned and oiled to bring back the luster of the leather. The darkened edges and wrinkled flaps are all genuine and unique to each piece. The results are amazingly authentic, with a new bag that appears old, worn and broken-in.
    Individually marked with a unique 11-digit serial number to validate the authenticity and the time of production.