Leather Rolltop Sling - Natural and Tan
The perfect leather bag for carrying your daily essentials, our Leather Sling Bag is made to order and each one is one of a kind. Made from smooth and durable natural vegetable tanned leather, and rich Tan Horween Chromexcel leather, this clean and minimal leather bag features a rolltop design, solid brass hardware, and hand-set copper rivets. The removable and adjustable shoulder strap clips to the solid brass rings of the rolltop for secure closure.
Built to last a lifetime, this handmade leather bag is meticulously made with the utmost attention to detail, and the natural vegetable tanned leather will darken to a rich deep brown, developing a beautiful patina that is unique to each user.
What is "live edge"?
"Live edge" refers to the unfinished edge of a leather hide. Similar to the "self edge" of raw denim, there is only a limited amount of the live edge per hide. It has it's own unique shape and characteristics, and often has the square marks left by the metal clips used by the tannery to hang and stretch the leather side during the tanning process.
About this specific bag:
We paired rich Tan Horween Chromexcel leather with clean and smooth natural vegetable tanned leather to create a bag that is rugged, unique and timeless. The sides used to make this bag have their own unique brands, markings, and scars which give it a wonderful character.
- Natural vegetable tanned and Horween Chromexcel leather ages beautifully
- Rolltop design with snap closure
- Detachable and adjustable shoulder strap
- Reinforced with hand-set copper rivets
- Solid brass hardware
- Includes 2oz tin of Friday & River Leather Conditioner
- Approx. 15” tall closed, 19” tall open x 11” wide x 4” deep
‡ Friday & River leather goods and accessories are handmade in San Diego, California USA. All of our leather products are made to look better with age. Every piece is meant to establish its own wear pattern and patina that reflects the lifestyle of the user. Each piece of leather is special and possesses its own marks, color, grain, etc, and may vary depending on the piece it is cut from. These are not imperfections, but characteristics that make each item a one-of-a-kind.