MUST HAVES | Leather Work Bags

Why Leather?

Leather is a beautiful, natural material that has a variety of uses. The end product can either be a soft, hard, textured or suede leather, which is then used to produce bags and other leather goods. The benefits of leather bags is that they are highly durable, and overtime develop their own patina and unique look.


A Bag with Character:

Much like your favourite pair of raw denim, leather ages in a similar way, developing a “patina” as oils from your skin and other elements of the environment absorbs into it. Patina isn’t a negative; instead, it’s the main reason people fall in love with leather. In order to actually get a nice patina on your item, you have to do one simple thing—use it. Over time through natural wear, splashes of water, oils from your skin, and even the sun will cause a patina to develop, which will give your bags its own individual appearance.

The Leather:

Saffiano Leather

Saffiano is a textured leather, meaning that it is a treated leather made with the texture pressed on it by a machine. It gives the leather a cross-hatch finish, which is a special diagonal pattern that was created in 1913. This calf hide leather is also finished with a wax treatment. As a result, the leather is pretty much scratch resistant, durable and easy to clean.

Calf Leather

Calfskin products are known for their soft texture and their high durability even in harsh conditions. Calfskin is tougher and withstands abrasion better, so is the perfect leather to use on bags.