Tuesday, September 17, 2013

The third iteration of the "Two face" bag

The first two iterations of this design were created from lorica, which is an extremely high quality fake leather (often used with sporting cleats). This time around, I wanted to create a smaller bag from a very thick and substantial cow leather hide. This bag will accommodate the latest iPad, as well as a 13" laptop. Very minor design changes were made for this iteration. The bag is still completely reversible. The user can "flip" to whichever face they wish to display while carrying it. One face of the bag is reversed, while the other is smooth. Antique singer sewing bobbin is sewn into the smooth  face, and acts as a spool for holding the latigo leather lace. The strap is also adjustable to whichever length the user desires. Fit photos coming soon!

Model: Two Face v.3.0
Materials: Thick Cow
Hardware: YKK Excella zippers with custom pulls. Antique gunmetal singer sewing bobbin. Hammered and spray painted 'D' rings (x4)
Construction: Entirely by hand.

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