Ars Technicamost article In a move that may have been seen as an attempt to counter the rising popularity of leather footwear, a leather-clad briefcase company is bringing its leather-laden accessories to market for the first and only time.
The Leatherman leather briefcases, which will be sold in select retail stores nationwide on April 28, feature a design that’s reminiscent of leather’s iconic leather jackets, and the company claims that the design has inspired other leather companies to follow suit.
Leatherman’s briefcases will be available in the following styles:The company said that its new leather brief, which it hopes will help consumers discover the style they want, is “an affordable option for anyone looking for something that’s versatile and stylish.”
“While the Leatherman brief is a classic design, its design and functionality are modern and will appeal to everyone,” Leatherman said in a statement.
“This design is the result of years of research and development, including our collaborations with leading designers, including Nike, Dainese, Nike+ and Vans.
It’s a style that’s comfortable to wear, and has been designed to be as stylish as its leather counterpart.”
The Leathermen leather brief is expected to launch sometime in the second quarter of next year.