Stone-Washed Swiss Saddle Bag No.2
Inspired by the original Swiss Army saddle bags used in the 1920’s-40’s, our No.2 Saddle Bag is part of a new and upcoming collection of rugged, stout men's luggage and accessories built to last.
Made from heavy-weight 8/9oz. Horween® leather then Stone-Washed in Los Angeles, California, each bag is made with simply leather, hardware and thread (no internal lining or fabrics). The designs are streamlined, smart and functional with features like a hinged flap and side buckle/cinch straps. Each piece is individually serial numbered with black foil embossing and finished with solid-brass hardware.
This is a true heirloom bag that you can pass down for generations. Not only is the design unique but the leather as well. Horween® Dublin is an exceptional leather. A 100% vegetable tanned leather with rich waxes and a natural pull-up effect. The stone-washing accelerates the patina of the leather and gives the bag instant character. Horween® has been tanning premium leathers in Chicago since 1905.
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PLEASE NOTE: This is a Limited Edition Product | 25 Piece Made October 2021
Ships End Of October 2021
Horween® Dublin Leather (8/9oz.)
Heavy-Duty 277-Bonded Thread
Solid Brass Hardware
Dimensions: 9" x 12" x 3"
Stone-Washed In Los Angeles, CA
Individual Serial Numbered
Edge Polished & Stained
Made In USA
One Main Compartments
Side & Front Cinch Straps
Removable Shoulder Strap
Inside Leather Strap Holder
Adjustable 3/4" Strap
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.