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The On-the-Go Cross-body // White & Tan

350.00
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The On-the-Go Cross-body // White & Tan

350.00

This cross-body bucket bag is urbane and readymade for your daily errands, the bar or site seeing in a new city. The perfect little companion to keep your essentials close through your busy life.

 

MADE-TO-ORDER // We make each bag custom for you! That means it could take up to 3 weeks to finish your bag, but don’t worry, we’ll be in touch as soon as it’s ready.

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This cross-body bucket bag is urbane and readymade for your daily errands, the bar or site seeing in a new city. The perfect little companion to keep your essentials close through your busy life.

 

MADE-TO-ORDER // We make each bag custom for you! That means it could take up to 3 weeks to finish your bag, but don’t worry, we’ll be in touch as soon as it’s ready.

MATERIALS // The body of the bag is made from durable vegetable-tanned cow hide and the lacing down the sides is white suede lace. All hardware is solid brass.

SIZE // This bag will comfortably fit your wallet, keys, a small make-up bag, a vertical iPhone plus or other larger smart phone and any extra odds and ends to get you through the task at hand, but won’t weigh you down.

 

DIMENSIONS // Bag - H9"xW6"xL11"; Strap - adjustable, longest length is 50"

 

A NOTE ABOUT VEG-TAN LEATHER // Vegetable tanning hides is an old-world, artisanal process that takes advantage of the tannic acids naturally found in various plant species. It produces hides with rich, warm, and uniquely varie­gated tones. Vegetable tanned leather also has the unique ability to mold to the owners habits over time much like raw denim. It will darken and develop a patina over time with expo­sure to natural elements. When exposed to water, the leather may form a slightly dappled surface that will remain after the leather dries. When exposed to the sun, the leather will get slowly darker. It will also absorb oils. In our opinion, these changes are not defects but rather reflec­tive of the indi­vidual char­acter and history of the piece that emerges over time.

Small markings and variations in the surface of the leather are also common on our products since we use as much of each leather hide as possible. We believe these markings are just another addition to the unique character of each bag. In contrast, large fashion companies use only the most uniform parts of each hide, leaving large amounts of leather scrap as waste.