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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.
Pad & Quill’s elegant iPhone cases do double duty as wallets, holding your credit cards and ID in one compact package while protecting your precious iGadget. Handmade from stitched leather and wood, and bound like a book.
Our pals at Owen & Fred have put together this prize pack which includes over $300 worth of their awesome custom leather goods, grooming accessories and other goodies. Full list of prizes and entry form here. (Ends 7/28/13)
An exquisite handcrafted backpack, made in Germany from Portugese leather – in lively, but livable colors. Its ample 19.7″(h) x 11.8″(w) x 6.4″(d) compartment is big enough to hold a 17″ MacBook Pro and plenty more.
An adjustable leather handle that sits just above your bicycle’s gears. It lets you carry your bike with your arm in a natural position that’s easier and much more comfortable than if you held your bike up by its top tube.
A practical men’s accessory made by Americana accouterment shop Col. Littleton. It comes with 27′ of military-spec paracord that can come in handy in a variety of emergency situations. The belt itself is made of brass and leather.
A cavernous wheeled suitcase from the lords of luggage, Globe-Trotter. The 30s design of the collection is evident in the vulcanized fiberboard body and handcrafted leather trimmings. See the rest of the Centenary series here.
Hard Graft has released one of the most beautiful phone cases we’ve ever seen. The bumper is handmade from nothing but Italian leather. The optional wool cover provides added protection for the iPhone 5’s screen.
A slimmer option than the Travelteq Passport Holder, the Passport Sleeve Wallet lets you store your passport and tickets along with a couple of cards or bills in one handy leather case. It also comes with a small pen.
Brooklyn-based designer Jack Sutter has an efficient idea for reducing wallet bulk in your pocket with his TGT (pronounced “tight”) Wallet concept – a stylishly skinny recycled leather and elastic number.