This sleek little leather bag might look rather modest but its craftsmanship is all the more sophisticated. The body of the bag is made from a single piece of strong saddle leather (2.5 mm thick) which is pared down and folded into shape. Each side is held together by a single seam, with one more securing the bag flap. This rear seam also holds the strap, which is positioned in such a way as to keep the bag close to the body when worn diagonally across the upper part of the body.
The undivided interior is big enough to hold a small tablet and has an integrated side compartment made of soft goat suede with two pockets to keep contents organised. To close the bag, a small leather flap is inserted through a metal slot. Such fittings are usually used on trailers to hold tarpaulin belts and straps in position.