Croots bridle leather Racing green laptop bag
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Made in England, in the famous bridle leather, used for hunting gun sleeves and also for timeless and high quality leather goods.
This range of sporting luggage and shooting products are made in the Croots home town of Malton, North Yorkshire. They use traditional English bridle leather, created from the finest natural vegetable-tanned hides that are traditionally tanned using techniques passed down through generations.
Each carefully selected skin is hand-curried and stained by highly skilled craftsmen for a superb finish, before the wax finish is applied. This age-old blend of oils and waxes feeds the leather, adding a deep layer of protection and giving each piece a highly distinctive look.
This laptop carrier is a classic style in the croots collection we sold previously and we will bring it back in a range of bags for sure as the bridle leather is masculin, timeless and offers the best price quality value by far.
Made to carry up to a 15ʺ laptop, document files, A4 notebook and much more. An extra padded lining adds to the protection.
- Leather rolled handles
- 1½" removable webbing shoulder sling
- Extra padding for protection
- Two full-width internal pockets
- Riri zip opening
- Small leather inner pocket suitable for mobile phone, iPod or wallet
- Size: W41cm x H31cm x D8 cm
In Racing Green or Havana,
Made in UK
You can return your goods within 10 working days.
Returns must have the original labels attached like they arrived and for shoes no scratches on the soles or pleats in the upper leather from trying on.
We dont offer free returns.
Products from our clearance section or sales, delivered to countries outside the EU are not returnable.
You will find all information about this in our FAQ page.
Still questions? Mail us; Customerservice@fransboonestore.com
Return rules for clearance items outside EU -
Clearance items -30% -50% are not eligable for a return when purchased outside EU
When purchased in EU the rules are like the non clearance items.