Vegetable tanned leather tote

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$130.00

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This minimalist bag highlights the natural textures and variations inherent in vegetable tanned leather and includes exposed seams, an interior zipper pouch, and antique brass rivets.

The vegetable tanned leather used in this bag is from Horween, a union­ized tannery located one mile from Produc­tion Mode’s Chicago studio. Vegetable tanning is a slow, non-toxic process which uses tree bark to cure the leather and which produces hides with rich, warm, and uniquely varie­gated tones that improve as they age. In addi­tion, vegetable tanned leather can be more easily and safely recy­cled than chrome tanned leather (the most commonly used and often quite toxic method of processing leather).

This bag is sewn at Produc­tion Mode’s Chicago studio by an artisan hired through Loom, a social enter­prise of Catholic Char­i­ties Refugee Reset­tle­ment Program.  Produc­tion Mode pays a living wage to all workers in our supply chain.

Vegetable tanned leather retains the grain patterns, marks, and scars picked up by the animal during its life­time; each bag reflects these vari­a­tions of the hide.

Made in the USA

 

Additional Information

Material

Vegetable tanned leather

Dimensions

Exterior 14.25” L x 12.75” W; Strap drop 11”; Interior zipper pocket 6” L x 8” W.

Care

Dry clean only by a leather professional

Delivery

Tote will be shipped within 2 weeks of order date

Read our Leather Care Guide
tote_back_black
tote_back_black_detailcaramel_tote2tote_bag_caramel_detail

Additional Information

Material

Vegetable tanned leather

Dimensions

Exterior 14.25” L x 12.75” W; Strap drop 11”; Interior zipper pocket 6” L x 8” W.

Care

Dry clean only by a leather professional

Delivery

Tote will be shipped within 2 weeks of order date

Read our Leather Care Guide

Vegetable tanned leather tote

$130.00

Clear selection

This minimalist bag highlights the natural textures and variations inherent in vegetable tanned leather and includes exposed seams, an interior zipper pouch, and antique brass rivets.

The vegetable tanned leather used in this bag is from Horween, a union­ized tannery located one mile from Produc­tion Mode’s Chicago studio. Vegetable tanning is a slow, non-toxic process which uses tree bark to cure the leather and which produces hides with rich, warm, and uniquely varie­gated tones that improve as they age. In addi­tion, vegetable tanned leather can be more easily and safely recy­cled than chrome tanned leather (the most commonly used and often quite toxic method of processing leather).

This bag is sewn at Produc­tion Mode’s Chicago studio by an artisan hired through Loom, a social enter­prise of Catholic Char­i­ties Refugee Reset­tle­ment Program.  Produc­tion Mode pays a living wage to all workers in our supply chain.

Vegetable tanned leather retains the grain patterns, marks, and scars picked up by the animal during its life­time; each bag reflects these vari­a­tions of the hide.

Made in the USA