This new men's briefcase was designed with values in mind for resilience. Taking something ugly (a situation or experience) and making something good from it. Rob Scheer inspired this bag with his message of hope. He faced his hurt, and instead of just letting it go, he moulded it into a message of inspiration and a cause for good.
Colours can be selected from seasonal palettes which then can be further combined to contrast or create harmony by selecting your stitch colour.
2 Pistol Pete pockets (hidden side pockets 7" by 10" large with magnetic clasps)
Front closures configured in 'Double D-Ring' style (magnetic clasps secure the flap when straps are left loose)
6 organizing pockets in the front (6". by 8" large)
Large Zippered pocket (15" by 12") with 2 organizing pockets inside (6" by 7")
Laptop pocket (Padded 15" by 12" large. enough for an iMac Pro)
- Large 3" by 12" padded Strap, adjustable at both ends Special Edition Embroidered AB tag in Blue
- Wickett & Craig Vegetable Tanned English Bridle Leather
- Hemp Canvas Lining
- Solid Cast Brass hardware
- Dimensions 16" x 13" x 5"
- 2.15 kg
"I have this daydream about a group of creative people who make a game out of covert philanthropy. They apply their imaginations towards causing a subtle act of kindness to profound effect. A secret society who's mark is random good deeds without any acknowledgment at all. Membership requires the ingenuity to see & courage to seize opportunities in everyday life. There is no single word in English to describe someone who derives joy from the joy of others. This is their anonymity. This is a bag for them, my Ash Brothers." - Adan Ballou