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Thanks for the review!
^ I have visited Myron and co - that was a quite few years ago though. It was a wonderful experience.
Hides can be ordered by thickness. It's a pain trying to reduce thickness of a piece of leather without a machine. When I make my leather stuff, I always need to make the edges thinner and it's a skill I need to keep practicing on and on and on... No doubt Myron and Kari Glaser are ace. They definitely hand finish their leather and yeah, I can believe they trim their hides to the desired thickness, too. Lack of use of cordovan in making bags is probably due to its...
I agree, Clegg's bags do look very nice. I am guessing his quality shouldn't be bad, either. However.....I have communicated with him.....sigh, I felt like he didn't actually value or want my business. Myron Glaser definitely provides a much better purchasing experience. Don't let my experience stop you from looking into Clegg's bags, and I hope you have a much better/smoother experience. I have to say, because of my experience, I have lost interest in the brand.
Gray Cave jacket by Folk. Lightly quilted throughout. Only worn out once. Decided it's not really my style. No signs of wear. Like new pretty much. Folk size 2 = regular small Price includes shipping to CONUS and PP fees.
No experience with the brand but the styling is a bit argh.
Get a Glaser briefcase. You will have a nice bag and a wonderful buying experience.
Not easy to find. I think Bill Amberg had something similar earlier in the season. Might have been for the iPad though.A cheaper and unlikely option could be the music bag by Cambridge Satchel.I think they are nicely built but a bit overpriced.
Roztayger is having extra discounts off of their sale items. Someone might be interested in this briefcase: Code "15for2014"
^Thanks!!! Let us know!Interestingly, Suitsupply has a few like that: London has one, too - off the top of my head. I have not seen them irl... I might think of more later.
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