This leather weekender travel bag is made of high-quality Vegetable Tanned Leather;
A spacious capacity for 1 week of weekend trips or business trips, which can be used as a carry-on flight bag.
ITEM FEATURES- 1 x Main Compartment
- 1 x Layer Pouch
- 1 x Interior Zipper Pocket
- 1 x Slot Pocket
- 1 x Front Zipper Pocket
- 2 x Side Zipper Pockets
- 5 x Rivets on the Bottom
- Removable Shoulder Strap
- Genuine Leather & Durable
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ITEM DETAILS*Item Type: Travel Bag
*Material: Vegetable Tanned Genuine Leather
*Size: L50 *W31 *H33(CM)
*Color: Coffee/ Light Brown/ Black
*Closure Type: Zipper
CARE INSTRUCTIONSWith proper care, vegetable tanned leather can last many decades. And like a fine whiskey, it will only become more valuable and unique the longer you have it. Unlike chrome tanned leather, most veg tanned leather does not come pre-treated with oils and waxes. The fibers will react to water by stiffening and shrinking. Keep veg tanned leather away from water for at least the first month or so of use, to allow the leather fibers time to soften and absorb oils to increase its natural water resistance.
Additionally veg tanned leather is sensitive to high heat and can crack if heated to extreme temperatures, so do not use a blow dryer or heat gun on the leather, and do not store the leather in an excessively hot area.
Every few months we recommend applying a little of the leather balm to the leather and rubbing it in with a soft lint-free cloth and your fingers. A little goes a long way, work it into the leather with soft circles. This will nourish the veg leather and restore its luster as well as replace essential oils and waxes to keep it flexible and resilient.
Once a year we recommend a full cleaning of the leather using our leather oil & cleaner kit to remove any accumulated dirt, deeply refresh it, and fully restore the leather to its natural beauty.
WHAT IS VEGETABLE TANNED LEATHERVegetable Tanned Leather is the oldest form of leather tanning in the world. For millennia the recipes and skills have been handed down from generation to generation. The basic principles have not changed since 6000 BCE in the Indus Valley.
Using the natural tannins found in various barks and woods, raw leather is left in baths for upwards of 2 months or longer (sometimes up to a year!). Over this time it develops a rich natural tone as it tans. The process is incredibly environmentally friendly, and the result is a full grain piece of leather that can last for a century or longer with proper care. Due to the extra time it takes to tan this leather, veg tanned leather is often more expensive than chrome tanned leather. Thanks to the all-natural process of tanning this leather, it is very environmentally friendly and safe as well.