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post #1921 of 1927
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+1 again, plus some deer bone might help, just like with shoes.


Deer bone wont help in the same way it helps with cordovan shoes...

With regualr calf skin it will compress the fibers and slick the edges of the cut making it less deep and possibly even closing it up a but. (You do not need an acutal dear bone to do this any flat hard surface works fine with a bit of water on the leather that you are slicking.  )

post #1922 of 1927
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Originally Posted by leetpuma View Post


Deer bone wont help in the same way it helps with cordovan shoes...


With regualr calf skin it will compress the fibers and slick the edges of the cut making it less deep and possibly even closing it up a but. (You do not need an acutal dear bone to do this any flat hard surface works fine with a bit of water on the leather that you are slicking.  )

You're absolutely right; I'm not sure what I was thinking... doh.
post #1923 of 1927
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Originally Posted by Winot View Post

Folio case from Cleverley in Russian reindeer:

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post #1924 of 1927
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very nice!

looks similar to my foster & son one (plain black bridle leather) but yours has a gusset all the way around?






sorry about the dreadful photos!
Edited by joeninety - 9/26/14 at 9:52am
post #1925 of 1927
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Dear lord.

Stunning!
post #1926 of 1927
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Originally Posted by joeninety View Post

very nice!

looks similar to my foster & son one (plain black bridle leather) but yours has a gusset all the way around?






sorry about the dreadful photos!

Yep - I've got one like yours in black from Pickett (not quite as nice as your by the look of it) and it is quite a bit thinner than the Cleverley one with a zip that goes most of the way round. Is also lighter and more flexible.

I didn't really *need* the Cleverley one, but couldn't resist...
post #1927 of 1927
Greetings all,

I've been browsing through the pages, i see many designer brand briefcases.

Anyone has experience or comments about briefs by Herring?

http://www.herringshoes.co.uk/product-list.php?brandid=6&catid=149

Cheers.
Daniel.
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