Burn Bag- Glazed Ebony

Burn Bag- Glazed Ebony

Regular price $230.00 Sale

  • Hand sewn in Leon, Mexico.  The leather capital of the world.
  • Soft leather shoulder strap with adjustable brass buckle.
  • Central divider with laptop/tablet storage.
  • Wine bottle / Water bottle pocket.
  • Small key pocket.
  • Sewn in Bolt Snap for attaching keys or accessories. 
  • Cut from Free Range Leather sourced from the high desert plateaus found in Mexico. 
  •     - Part of the Hurricane Series -



    The Burn Bag... a seriously functional tool.  Soft, durable, resilient, and cut from Free Range leather.   Designed to carry just about anything in a safe, secure, and comfortable fashion. With a slightly flared opening and a flat, balanced bottom the Burn Bag will sit upright on its own and contour to the shape of your body when carried. By matching the shape of the opening with the bottom piece, the Burn Bag will naturally hold all of its belongings even when spilled on its side. 

   The leather shoulder strap measures 2 inches wide and comfortably displaces weight over the shoulders and chest. With any easily adjustable buckle the Burn Bag can be carried cross-body or over one shoulder. With 8 inches of the shoulder strap sewn to the bag and the industrial buckle, the Burn Bag is rated to carry more weight than you would likely ever need.   

    Inside the bag there is a divider, which is offset from the buckle, creating a tight and secure place to stash laptops or tablets while keeping them away from the hardened buckle. Facing into the main portion of the bag are two deep pockets within the divider. One shaped to hold a Wine or H20 bottle securely and upright and the other a bit more shallow for easy access to keys, iPhones, etc.  Secured via a 3/4 inch O-ring is our signature Daisy Chain. This is a bolt snap sewn to 1 foot leather strap which can secure anything from keys to bottle openers. Leave it attached to the O-ring when not in use and simply unhook it when you need a place to attach your keys without misplacing them.