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This amazing window display for Hermès was created by Thibault Zimmermann and Lucie Thomas aka Zim&Zou, who we’ve featured previously. While many of the objects are papercraft, the fox was made from leather.
Postalco’s Reversible Post Buckle Belt has a rough and a smooth side. Each cowhide strap is cut and colored by hand, and each buckle is carved by hand as well. Available in sand, brown or black strap with gold or silver buckle.
Handmade from premium Horween leather, Bronxton’s versatile roll-up case can hold up to seven tools, cables, watches, or other items, so long as they measure less than 8″ long. Available in your choice of colors.
This awesome bicycle has handcrafted leather wraps on its tubes, forks, mudguards, handlebars, seat, and chain guard. Finished with a large leather saddlebag, it’s part of a series of seven one-of-a-kind bikes from WILL Leather Goods.
Bros. Leather Supply Co.’s duffle bag is handmade out of vegetable tanned leather. It has three external pockets, a shoulder strap and a strap pad. You can also personalize the bag by having up to three characters debossed on it.
This sturdy leather bike accessory from Walnut Studiolo makes it easier to carry your bicycle lowering its center of gravity and allowing you to maintain a straight arm. It straps above the derailleur and below most water bottles.
This leather wallet is a welcome departure from the overly modern minimal wallets which seem to be everywhere today. While it’s still slim, it looks amazing, thanks to its hand dyed gradient pattern that’s reminiscent of the ocean.
Feit decks out its sneakers in all white. As always, each pair of the slippers, low cut and high cut shoes are hand sewn by one craftsman. Their cork foot bed topped with leather makes them ideal to be worn bare foot.
By focusing on finding durable materials and simple design and construction, Elliot Havok guarantees that its Quarter Century Belt will last as long as its name implies. Available in black or raw leather.
Brooklyn-based shop Design Unsanctioned pays homage to the borough’s architecture and history with this collection of accessories, which are made with brass and walnut – two materials that feature prominently in Brooklyn.
Low cut boots by Umberto Luce. They have a stonewashed leather upper, sandblasted toe and heels, latex insole, anti-slip inserts on the heels and a rubber and leather outsole. Available in four colors.
As its name implies, this leather backpack has two different faces. To switch between the two, simply unhook the straps from one face and hook them to the other. Available in nubuck, redrum and black leather.
Hard Graft updates their multi-use laptop bag. The 2Pack can be carried as a backpack, a messenger bag or as a folio. Made in their trademark Italian leather with wool accents. Available in 13″ or 15″.
Made from a very thin layer of full-grain vegetable-tanned leather, Mr. Lentz’s handmade wallet is functional, stylish, and won’t overwhelm your pocket. Available in natural, dark brown and a nearly black color.
Made from authentic Indian camel leather with iron and brass hardware, Buffalo Jackson’s shoulder briefcase would be the one that Indiana Jones carried his Mac Book in – if there were such a thing as a laptop back in the 1930s.
BioWare will be selling 600 official replicas of the N7 jacket that’s part of male Shepard’s casual attire in Mass Effect 3. It’s made of lambskin leather and comes with an embroidered garment bag and a voucher for a hoodie.
Another sweet re-up of Reebok’s Classic Leather sneakers. The Classic Leather Lux features a Horween leather upper with brogue detailing, white midsole and gray outsole. Available in burgundy, light brown and navy blue.
Inspired by the canvas duffle bag that Whipping Post founder Ryan Barr got from his father, who was a Vietnam War vet. It’s made from vegetable tanned leather and is made to last a lifetime (and for that price, it damn well should).
A pocketbook wallet made from one piece of leather. Each wallet is folded and then hand-stitched to create three pockets. The inner pockets are perfect for storing cards while the outer pocket firmly holds folded cash.
Most wallet-style iPhone cases tuck the phone inside. Danny P. takes the opposite approach to maintain the traditional form of a wallet and provide more space for cash and cards. Also comes in pocket book – i.e. vertical – form.
It has a button enclosure that secures the wallet while making it easier to insert paper bills. Its main slot is deeper than the rest of the wallet to fit large bills. As usual, Italian leather and wool are Hard Graft’s materials of choice.
British shop Oliver Sweeney teamed up with tattoo artist Henry Hate to add a unique personalization option for its leather shoes and other goods. Pick your product, submit your design and Hate will do the rest.
A bag that can be carried as a messenger bag, a backpack, a briefcase or a clutch bag. It has three front pockets, a rear pocket and a compartment that fits 15″ laptops. Available in light brown nubuck, brown leather and black leather.
You may not hit 714 home runs with it like the Sultan of Swat, but this handstitched leather Lemon Ball baseball replica is strong enough to endure outdoor play (as well as admiring glances if it just sits on your desk).
People no longer have to strain their neck while gathered around your desk to watch the sneaky sea lion on your phone if you have a Smartphone Stand Key Ring. You’ll be the most popular guy in the office with keys. Made of recycled leather.
Handmade in Lewiston, Maine, Trask’s sturdy and stylish Canyon boots are crafted from bison leather and Italian wool, with rawhide laces and rugged Vibram lug soles. Cushioned with memory foam for comfort. Limited to just 150 pairs each.
Austrian shop Zonkey Boot makes beautiful leather shoes and accessories. We’re particularly fond of their skinny boots, which are made of water-resistant suede, wool or full grain calf leather, with a waxed or burnish finish.
A look behind the labor-intensive process of crafting the leather seats and steering wheels for Bentley’s luxury automobiles. While robots play a part, much of the work is still done by hand and on individual sewing machines.