Col. Littleton Leather No. 83 Briefcase Col. Littleton Leather No. 83 Briefcase I naturally tend to gravitate toward items with a military history, as I am an ardent admirer of their precision, rugged good looks and adaptability for the task at hand. When a WWII military officer carried the antique military briefcase in my personal
I naturally tend to gravitate toward items with a military history, as I am an ardent admirer of their precision, rugged good looks and adaptability for the task at hand. When a WWII military officer carried the antique military briefcase in my personal collection, I’m sure he wasn’t thinking laptop; However, if you fast forward 70 years you’ll find me inspired to make a laptop bag with a definite nod to this piece of military history. Of course, the bag can be used as a traditional brief bag; however, I designed it big enough to accommodate your laptop, all your laptop paraphernalia, iPad® and all that other & stuff; you haul around. Made in the Col. Littleton Workshop of brown dry-milled leather with our polished leather trim. Adjusting strap at the inside top enables you to adjust side panels in or out. Working buckle front closure can also be snapped for convenience. Solid brass hardware. Copper tube spine on top equally distributes the weight of the bag while accommodating the adjustable, removable shoulder strap and carrying handle. Inside divider separates laptop from other contents. Special pocket for iPad®. Inside dimensions are 12"H x 17.5"W x 4"D. Solid brass serial-numbered I.D. plate under front flap. Shoulder Strap Length: 34.5″-42.5″ Bag Weight: 4.65lbs. (U.S. Patent D646054) iPad® is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc.
Handmade in the Col. Littleton workshop – Lynnville, TN. USA
Inside Size: 12
Constructed with Colonel’s leather, dry milled for a soft yet rugged feel
Solid Brass and Copper Hardware
Adjustable Shoulder Strap: 34.5
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