Discerning leather enthusiasts know how important it is to take care of leather items, especially the ones we plan to keep for our grandkids.
It is important to invest in good leather and pay for it, Why? Because good leather and great manufacturing don't grow on trees. You buy a $50 bag you will be back online next month because the stitching will have come apart and your laptop has fallen on the subway platform. But that could be the least of your problems. Have you ever wondered who makes your $50 leather bag and why it is so cheap? Cheap sweat shop manufacturing makes items cheap. Simple as that. At Satch&Fable we keep your laptop in your bag and the stitching where it belongs, deep in the leather. We also protect your conscience and karma by using fair work practises in our workshop in Naples. You can read more here about our work practises and manufacturing. Now that you bought a strong durable leather bag, accrued karma points and have a clear conscience make sure you look after your long term investment.
You live in the North-East? Winters can be brutal for you and your bag. Your messenger bag may get dry and lose some of its beautiful softness. You don't get winters cause you made some cash and moved to Hawaii? Good for you but, humidity might make you and your bag sweat. Either way, there is nothing worse than seeing your beautiful bag suffer and not looking its best.
We use and recommend leather milk leather care here is their story in detail. In a nutshell? it is American made and all natural. We chose them because they use no chemicals that are harsh on the beautiful Italian leather you have just invested in.
Any questions? Call Fabrizio on 415.819.0771
Happy leather treating at leather milk
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Along with the tighter clothes, I seem to be carrying more and more each day. My wallet is always filled with cards, cash and other other bits and bobs. My mobile phone is not the smallest piece of equipment either, and my keys are bulky and really irritating when storing in the pockets of some tight trousers. And do not get me started on the case for my glasses. There has to be a solution to carrying around all of this bulky gear, right? Even for us fellas?