Square Leather Toiletry Bag
Made of only two pieces of leather, this bag was designed and built to be the strongest, most durable and longest lasting Leather Toiletry Bag there is. Let us know if you find something tougher. They’ll fight over it when you’re dead.
This full-grain square leather toiletry bag is over-engineered with no breakable parts like zippers, snaps, buttons, etc. and is built out of one big piece of leather with two small sides. The benefit of that is that seams are where the bags always start falling apart. And if there aren’t any seams to talk about, then it’s not going to fall apart for quite a while. And, we do 5 stitches per inch so there’s more leather between the needle holes and fewer holes to start a tear.
Our cow leather is the strongest we can find (full grain boot leather, but thicker) and the pigskin lining is stronger than the cow leather. Our hardware is 316 Stainless (please please Google it and get ready to cry, it’s so incredible). The thread is unbelievably strong industrial marine grade UV resistant polyester thread. There’s no other large leather toiletry bag like it.
This toiletry bag is big and simple and great for far more than toiletry stuff. But if you do toiletry stuff for a living and need to carry a lot around, this is it. First Aid kits, tools, etc.
Dimensions (approximate size):
- Adjustable strap length: 34" - 59"
- Exterior: 10" W x 7.5" H x 7" D
- 2 pounds
- Exterior: 14" W x 10" H x 7" D
- 3 pounds
Marriage advice for travelers..
My hot wife and I and the kids travel a lot, A lot a lot. So, when she’s packing or leaving a place, she used to complain when she’d catch me playing Scrabble on my phone or reading the news. But then I’d complain that she didn’t help load or unload. We’d have this fight all the time until one day we both realized it’s just easier if we do our own things and leave the other person alone. On long trips, her job is to pack everything: her clothes, the kids’ clothes, even my clothes. My job is to carry all the leather luggage out to the car, load it, unload it at the airport, carry it to the check-in counter, pick it up from the airport, load it in or on the rental car, unload it from the rental car, and take it up to the rooms. And then back home all over again. But the one thing I do pack is the electronics. The cameras, lenses, chargers, cables, extra batteries, all of our gadgets, computers etc. And I usually use one of these Large or Extra Large Leather Toiletry Bags to keep it all separated. It’s a great agreement. (By the way, now we’re so used to our arrangement that we can pack a 4-5 week trip the night before. Practice makes everything easier.)