Made with Deadstock Leather
We source our leather from fashion industry leftovers.
Every year, 6.3 million tons of textiles are wasted during the design and production process. Because leather is a natural product, full of defects, off grain, stretch/ growth/ injury marks, 12-15% can be wasted during the production and manufacturing process. For one single medium size tannery, for example, that could mean 20,000 square feet of "deadstock" leather every month. We work with these skins to keep them in circulation and out of landfills, delivering a product you'd never know was made from waste.
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ive been looking (ad nauseam) for a new fanny pack to replace the small black leather one i had. This is SO close. My main issue is the belt/strap. Without the extender it fits (tightly) above my hips at its loosest setting. WITH the extender, even at it's tightest setting, it's too loose and starts to fall down. I am a size 6/8 which is... statistically a pretty common size. Really surprised no one else has mentioned this (or are they all wearing it as a cross-body?). The other issue is- it looks beautiful but is very stiff and the material in front of the zipper makes getting in and out often less accessible.
I purchased the small Fanny pack in the tan color and I love it! The leather is pebbled and this color is structured, which I like. The straps are the best- there is an extender piece for when you want to wear it crossbody that can be removed for wear on your waist. Perfect little pack!
I spotted my friend with this bag, and immediately had to have one of my own. Not only is it chic - but also sustainable - win! Really excellent customer service on top of fantastic inventory. Thank you HYER GOODS xx