Full Grain Leather Duffel Bag, Personalized Leather Weekender Travel Luggage Overnight Duffle Bag

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The one you can always depend on. This 20" Leather Luggage Bag won't let you down. Made of thick and tough full-grain hide - the best kind of leather - this bag can hold almost anything. It's roomy and deep enough to carry all you need to pack. Whether you take it on a road trip or a business trip, this bag will provide you with versatile functionality and timeless style.

This bag is handcrafted from vegetable-tanned full-grain leather and is lined with thick cotton. Solid brass hardware and heavy-duty YKK zippers ensure long-term durability. Convenient leather pull-tabs at the end of the zippers are present for easier opening/closing. The adjustable and detachable leather shoulder strap is padded for extra comfort. There's no doubt this antique brown leather luggage bag will make a gorgeous travel companion for many years.

Cleaning Leather

  • Regular Dusting: Use a soft, dry cloth to dust your leather items weekly. This prevents dirt from settling into the pores.
  • Spot Cleaning: For minor spills, blot the liquid immediately with a clean cloth. Do not rub, as this can spread the stain.
  • Mild Cleaning: Mix a few drops of mild soap (like baby soap or gentle dish soap) with distilled water. Dampen a cloth with the solution and gently wipe the leather. Follow with a clean, damp cloth to remove any soap residue, and then dry with a soft towel.

4. Conditioning Leather

  • Frequency: Condition leather every 6 to 12 months, or more often if the leather is exposed to harsh conditions.
  • Choosing a Conditioner: Use a high-quality leather conditioner appropriate for your leather type. Test it on an inconspicuous area first.
  • Application: Apply the conditioner with a soft cloth, using circular motions. Allow it to absorb fully (usually about 15-30 minutes), then buff the leather with a clean, dry cloth.

5. Protecting Leather

  • Leather Protector Sprays: Use a leather protector spray to guard against water, stains, and dirt. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for application.
  • Avoiding Stains: Be cautious with items that could stain leather, like ink, oil, and dyes from dark clothing.

6. Storing Leather

  • Proper Storage: Store leather items in a cool, dry place. Use breathable covers, like cotton bags, instead of plastic, which can trap moisture and cause mildew.
  • Maintaining Shape: For leather shoes and bags, use shoe trees and stuff bags with acid-free tissue paper to help maintain their shape.

7. Handling Specific Leather Types

  • Suede: Use a suede brush to maintain its texture. For stains, use a suede eraser or a dedicated suede cleaner.
  • Patent Leather: Wipe with a damp cloth and use a patent leather cleaner to maintain its glossy finish.
  • Nubuck: Similar to suede but requires a nubuck cloth or sponge to clean and maintain its appearance.

8. Dealing with Common Issues

  • Scratches: Minor scratches can often be buffed out with a soft cloth or by applying a small amount of leather conditioner.
  • Dryness and Cracking: Regular conditioning is key to preventing this. If leather is already dry, apply a heavier coat of conditioner and let it sit longer.
  • Odors: Sprinkle baking soda on the leather item and let it sit for a few hours before brushing it off. Alternatively, place the item in a breathable bag with activated charcoal or coffee grounds to absorb odors.

FAQs

Refer to the Size Chart and Sizing Guide Located at Size Chart!

We recommend always to go one size up if you are in between sizes. This helps with layering as well.

Yes, please add 3-5 days to shipping for any customizations, including design, custom size, or any changes to patterns.

Yes, we can ship anywhere in the world. Our most common destinations are USA, Canada, Australia, UK and Europe.