Leather - Cordura Duffel bag
Leather and Cordura Duffel bag, medium size - handcrafted Horween leather bag, great for travel or gym, carry-on or weekender bag.
This bag is handcrafted from high-quality Horween leather and extra-tough CORDURA. The Horween Leather Company is one of the oldest continuously running tanneries in the United States.
For more information: http://horween.com/leathers/essex/
This particular bag is made of the famous Essex pull-up leather, using time-honored techniques and formulas that were developed nearly 100 years ago.
The bag is great as a travel bag, overnight bag, or even gym bag. Feel free to contact us regarding custom sizes and designs.
This medium size duffel bag features a spacious lined main compartment with three inner pockets.
The handles of the bag are full leather, sturdy and great for heavier loads. A snap on key holder strap is attached in the main compartment. The heavy duty metal YKK zipper features a leather pull and the bottom includes five bag feet. The bottom of the bag and seams are reinforced, double sewn with bonded Nylon.
This duffel bag will last you for years and the leather will get more character with time.
All Wilhelm & Friends bags are one of a kind, include a leather logo-label, shoulder strap, and dust bag.
• Premium Vegetable tanned Horween Leather
• Premium Cordura, 1000 Denier, water repellent
• The bag is fully lined with water repellant fabric (colour: anthracite)
• Reinforced seams and bottom, with bag feet
• Heavy-duty bonded nylon thread
• Antique Brass Hardware
• Snap-on Key strap
• Large inside pockets
• Zipper with leather pull
• Including dust-bag
• Adjustable and detachable shoulder strap
• Handle Drop: 10”
• Dimensions of bag: L= 16”x H= 9”x W= 6.5”
Wipe clean using a damp cloth and a mild cleaner. Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Treat with leather- or bee wax once every three months, to protect the leather.
If you are interested in a custom bag or have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Each bag is handmade by us in our studio workshop in New Westminster, BC, Canada.