Holkham Weekender

British Belt Company
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Holkham Weekender

$465
$265 Gilt
Color:
olive
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Distressed leather weekender bag

  • Two top rolled leather handles with double snap closure and optional, adjustable shoulder strap
  • Exterior slip pocket and flap pocket with faux double metal buckle closure with inner magnetic snap closure
  • Fabric interior lining with one zip pocket
  • Zip top closure
  • Five metal feet at base

  • Please note, any distressing or fading is an intentional and desirable aspect of this product

Measurements: Length: 19½", height: 10½", width: 8", drop handle: 4", strap drop: 21"

The British Belt Company * Almost 70 years old and is still family owned. * This product is made using oiled, rugged looking leather that is finished by hand rubbing the edges.

Material: Leather

Brand: British Belt Company

Origin: United Kingdom

The British Belt Company makes belts, yes, but also backpacks, wallets, messenger bags, and a range of leather goods that would feel as at home in the English countryside as on your daily commute through the big city. Tweed rucksacks and black watch plaid and Antique Cruz leather messenger bags are a great way to differentiate yourself from the herd (to continue the whole countryside theme); they’re made of some of the most rugged materials in England, as well as a host of fine Italian leathers – we’re particular fans of the Trellic Weekender, a subtle and sophisticated companion for your travels. Founded in 1946 by Arnold Wills in the English town of Uppingham, the British Belt Company uses beautiful milled fabrics produced in the British Isles, including Harris Tweed, which is woven in Scotland, and the legendary Millerain fabric, a checked tartan made in Lancashire by the same mill that produces the uniform fabric for the Royal Air Force.