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Leather Zip Pouch - Ferns (Tan)

34.00
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Leather Zip Pouch - Ferns (Tan)

34.00
sold out

After collecting scraps of printed leather left over from larger pieces, we had just enough for a batch of small zip pouches. Small at 3.5x7", but big enough to hold pens, brushes, make up, sunglasses, cards etc (maybe even your phone, depending on the model! Measure first, but my iPhone6 fits perfectly).

The different patterns were screen printed on soft leather sourced in the USA, and cut and sewn by a small leatherwork company in Red Hook, Brooklyn. 

This item is the Ferns pouch in tan suede as shown in the first picture. Last 3 pictures show scale and material. 

These won't be restocked and there are only a small amount available, so don't wait!

Please note: suede is more fragile than leather and tends to collect dirt and grime if not cared for properly. Apply weatherproof spray for suede and nubuck before first use. Not recommended for heavy wear (at the bottom of a bag rubbing against keys for example).

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After collecting scraps of printed leather left over from larger pieces, we had just enough for a batch of small zip pouches. Small at 3.5x7", but big enough to hold pens, brushes, make up, sunglasses, cards etc (maybe even your phone, depending on the model! Measure first, but my iPhone6 fits perfectly).

The different patterns were screen printed on soft leather sourced in the USA, and cut and sewn by a small leatherwork company in Red Hook, Brooklyn. 

This item is the Ferns pouch in tan suede as shown in the first picture. Last 3 pictures show scale and material. 

These won't be restocked and there are only a small amount available, so don't wait!

Please note: suede is more fragile than leather and tends to collect dirt and grime if not cared for properly. Apply weatherproof spray for suede and nubuck before first use. Not recommended for heavy wear (at the bottom of a bag rubbing against keys for example).