Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves
Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede - TR Handschuhe Wien - Thomas Riemer Handmade Gloves

Weekender From Mustard Doeskin Suede

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Leather: Mustard Doeskin

Hand crafted from high-quality doeskin suede in mustard colour, this holdall features green canvas lining, one inside phone pocket, one zipped pocket and one large main compartment. It has two sturdy top-stitched handles, reinforced corners and bottom studs. Its two-zip closure enables you to open the top completely and easily reach for your belongings. Ideal for short business or weekend trips.

Details:
Made from 100% high quality doeskin suede
Canvas Lining
Inside zipped pocket and phone pocket
One large main compartment
Top-stitched handles
Two-zip closure
Bottom studs and reinforced corners
Dimensions: 48 cm x 34 cm x 20 cm
Made in Italy

Our bags are made in Northern Italy, in a family-owned workshop with a long tradition in manufacturing high-end bags and luggage pieces. The leathers are resourced from the same tanneries which supply our gloves leathers, but come in a thicker version, suitable for the purpose. Soft, yet sturdy and lightweight, these leather bags will last for a long time and age beautifully.

Considered during the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire the nobility’s leather par excellence, this traditional ‘officer’s leather’ was dearly appreciated at the imperial court. With a pleasant touch, supple and very smooth, doeskin is still used today for the gloves of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna.