Carry on the tradition with this leather briefcase
We built our Tusting Briefbag for those who want a large leather briefcase that’s rugged, structured and made in England of a durable leather that gains character with years of use. Tusting’s famed leather is lovingly produced to enhance its characteristics of durability, water resistance and ease of maintenance.
Made in England, expressly for Levenger
These are heirloom-quality pieces, made in England by Tusting of Buckinghamshire, creator of fine leather goods since 1875. These rich Tusting leathers mellow with age, acquiring that comfortably worn-in look, as if you’ve owned them forever. Some variations may occur in coloring, as the leather is finished by hand using an age-old process.
A word about the wax in Tusting leather
One of the reasons this full-grain leather has such a rich and resilient character is because of the wax that's deeply ingrained. Occasionally this wax may leave a mark on clothing, so do take care. For Tusting leather not to have this wax, though, would be like England not to have history. It's part of what makes your Tusting bag endure.
- 3 compartments that hold letter- and legal-size files and note pads
Removable leather-trimmed laptop sleeve fits laptops up to 14 1/2W x 2 1/4D x 10 1/2H (most 15 inch screens)
3 leather organizational pockets for a cell phone or PDA, 3 x 5 cards, business cards and 2 pens
Interior zip compartment
2 tall outside stash pockets
Rugged brass zippers allow full access to the interior
Adjustable shoulder strap has a drop length of 15–17 inches
Extra-long shoulder strap available
Cotton twill lining
18W x 6D x 12 1/2H; 4.5 pounds
American leather made in England
CRAFTED IN ENGLAND FOR THE AMERICAN WORK STYLE
The British have a talent for putting craftsmanship first and taking the time that attention to detail demands. We work with a small, family-owned tannery tucked away in the Buckinghamshire countryside to create these leather goods. The leather is as aromatic as a new saddle and has the same substantial feel.
Come with Steve as he takes you to England to meet the Tusting family. Click here.