Stone-Washed Rucksack No.180 | NEW
The Stone-Washed Rucksack is an exclusive design inspired by vintage military "Rucksacks" made in the 1940's-60's. The rounded base, bound flap and leather drawstring closures are all features common in those styles. We added our own design details such as a leather internal laptop sleeve, a hanging utility pocket, leather drawstring riveted caps and wide, double layered guitar-style shoulder straps, to name a few.
The Rucksack No.180 is made from our signature Horween® stone-washed leather, finished with solid- brass Italian hardware and is completely leather lined throughout. The stone-washing gives each rucksack its own authentic and unique appearance. You can read more about the stone-washing below. The entire process is proudly American made. We start with leather tanned at the Horween® tannery in Chicago, Il to the design and construction at our San Diego, California leather shop. After the bags are completed, even the stone-washing is done in Los Angeles, California.
We introduced the FIRST EDITION of Stone-Washed Rucksack in August 2023. Only x25 units were made and offered exclusively on our website.
Tanned & Built In USA | Individually Marked & Registered With A 9-Digit Serial#
- The Leather
- The Stone-Washing
Horween® Vegetable Tanned Steerhide (USA)
Horween® Horsehide Bottom Reinforcement Base
Solid Brass Hardware (ITALY & USA)
Individual Internal Serial# (Marked & Logged)
Designed & Built In USA
15" x 12" x 5"
Open main compartment with wide top opening
Leather draw-string top closure and front flap closure with buckle
Two front pockets with buckle closure
Inside Leather Laptop Pocket
Inside Leather Zipper Pocket
Inside Hanging Leather Utility Pocket (3 pockets)
Removable Leather Straps (Double Layered Belt Style
Our Stone-Washed products are built from Horween® leather. A historic tannery that has been operating in Chicago, Illinois for more than 100-years. The leather is a 100% vegetable tanned steerhide, tanned with natural tree barks and other organic materials. The process is more environmentally friendly while giving the leather a more natural, look, feel and aroma.
- After the products are built, we drive them to the premier "wash house" in Los Angles that stone-washes denim jeans for the largest and best denim brands in the US. The products are then stone-washed, rinsed and dried in the California sun. Over the next 2-3 days we shape, oil and condition them by hand, one-by-one. A process that cannot be done fast, only right. During these days, the leather softens, the edges darken and the flaps roll over to create a distinctly unique and incredibly authentic product that appears aged and worn. The entire process, starting from leathers we use, starts and ends in the USA. The leather is tanned in Chicago, the bags are built in San Diego and stone-washed in Los Angeles. A unique process that we pioneered and perfected over the last 10-years.