Recon Mini | Horween Pioneer Black Leather with Boxboard Print & Schlep | Ships 3-4 Weeks
FIT: iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini (and iPad Pro just fits.)
COMPUTER SECTION: 10.5" wide x 7" tall
MATERIAL: Horween Pioneer Black Leather with Boxboard Print
TRIM: Horween Cavalier Whiskey Leather
CLOSURE: x2 2" High Strength AustriAlpin™ COBRA® Quick Release Buckles
HANDLE: 2" Military grade auto seat belt strapping
STRAP: Detachable / adjustable 2" Military grade webbing with swivel clips
EXTRA: Matching Horween Leather Mr. Gripper
DIMENSIONS: 11" wide x 8" tall x 3" deep
WEIGHT: 2.75 lb
VOLUME: 4 Liters
** This leather is so insanely cool. It's a firmer leather that holds it's shape and stands out from anything we've ever used. Horween rolled a 'Boxboard Print' on this leather with a huge press. The effect is stunning! If we're being honest, it just looks very rich and reminds us of the vibe, feel and aesthetic of many Louis Vuitton leather bags.
Search the field. Survey the terrain. Or hell, just take it to the corner coffee shop. The Recon Horween Pioneer Black Leather with Boxboard Print 1 of 1 is a suitable tool for any lightly packed mission. The Recon Mini is hand-crafted on the gritty west side of Chicago using industrial machines, threads, and techniques learned from disassembling vintage military bags. We're hand-selecting the best Horween has to offer: Soft and supple Horween Cavalier Whiskey leather. Our team is assembling these bags using techniques they learned while working for such brands as Coach and Tumi.
Solid steel swivel clips and hardware fly the finger to the incessant over use of flimsy plastic found on most bags. Take a look inside and you'll realize you've been out of touch with your inner minimalist far too long: Perfect space for your iPad, letter size paper, pens, small bits and no need for more. Look under the flap and you see a uniquely simple double pocket solution that uses a smart organization system for business cards and top secret organizational stash opportunities. Stop looking...Recon mini's finally here.