Vintage Stone-Washed Saddle Bag #130


Inspired by the original Swiss Army saddle bags used in the 1920’s-40’s, including side cinch-straps, front brass buckles and heavy-weight (8/9oz.) front straps and back handle.

The Open interior has an organizer for phone, pens, and business cards. Stone-washed in a 100 year old denim wash house in Los Angeles; a classic silhouette with added solid brass hardware and Horween's vegetable tanned leather, the result is a staple piece that looks aged to perfection. Serial numbered to validate authenticity. 

March 25, 2020 (Update):  Available to pre-order
Due to business shutdowns in California, we are not able to stone-wash until Mid April 2020. 


Interior organizational pockets for cell phone and pens
Back carry handle & removable leather strap




Dimensions: 14” x 11” x 3”
Strap: 44” made of Horween® Dublin Leather
Made In USA



Leather: Horween® Vegetable Tan Leather (5-6oz.) (Ston-Washed)
Hardware: Solid Brass (antique finish) 
Lining: Unlined


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 the stone-washing, we condition and oil the bags to bring back the warmth and richness of the leather. Stone washed, rinsed and heat-dried in Los Angeles, California in small batches, using the same methods and factory that the finest West Coast denim brands use. 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.