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Vintage Stone-Washed Utility Case No.196

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LIMITED EDITION: Only (50) Pieces Made  | IN-STOCK
A larger version of our best-selling Utility Pouch No.194, the NEW Utility Case No.196 is large enough to fit an iPad, notepads, cables and more, keeping you organized and while looking great. 

Made from our signature Horween® Vegetable Tanned leather and lined with Japanese cotton chambray shirt lining, it looks as great as it functions. Other features include an inside card slot, a detachable wrist lanyard & swivel with a brass Ykk USA zipper closure.   

Each case is stone washed in a 100 year old denim wash house in Los Angeles. We cut, sew and finish the case in San Diego and individually emboss a unique serial number on the inside card slot.  

  • Horween® Vegetable Tanned Leather (U.S.A.) Chicago
    Horween® Horsehide Bottom Reinforcement Panel (USA) Chicago
    Japanese 7oz. Premium Shirting Fabric (JAPAN)
    Solid Brass Custom Hardware (U.S.A. & Italy)

  • Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1-1/2"
    Side Gusset Panels For Added Capacity
    Lined With Premium Japanese Chambray Cotton 
    Leather Lanyard Strap (Detachable With Brass Swivel)
    Inside Card Slot
    Bottom Horsehide Reinforcement Strip
    Side Brass D-Ring  
    SKU: VA196-CH

  • One Main Compartment
    Top Brass Zipper (YKK USA)
    Individual Internal Serial# (Marked & Logged)
    Designed & Built In USA


      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.