SHIRE BUCKET BAG in Cinder
Created in honour of the beauty of the majestic Shire horse, who once laboured all over East Sussex and pulled the boats up the beach each day when the RX boats returned safe at Hastings beach, The Shire bucket tote captures the essence of St Leonards to a tee. Bold, simple, stylish and practical it will be a timeless workhorse for years to come.
Made from the thickest 3mm waxy full grain saddlery leather, hand cut and stitched here at St Leonards. It's unlined and has raw seams exposed on the outside edges. It's a bold statement piece to add to your wardrobe.
This bag is designed to be carried in the hand or on the arm. It will carry a laptop, spare shoes, files and all your personal items with ease. Inside is a trigger hook to keep your keys within easy reach and you can also buy a matching pouch to give you additional storage inside. Bold and strong - Great for men and women.
Dimensions: Width at base 32.5cm x Width at top 54cm at widest, x 32.5cm Height. Gusset at base 12cm x 26cm Gusset at top,
Strap options: GRAB - Handles are for hand holding or arm wearing only, 2.5cm wide by 47cm long. Strap drop length:19cm SHOULDER - which provides you with longer straps for wearing over the shoulder, 2.5cm wide x 56cm long , Strap drop length: 26cm (PLEASE NOTE if you are 5ft 5 inches and under and you opt for the SHOULDER STRAP version it will drag on the floor should you choose to carry it down at your side.)
Each bag has a unique horse brass decorative trim that's been hand selected from nearby antique shops. Select the emblem of your choice to be attached to your bag.Each one is unique.Or you can opt out, and keep it plain. There is only one of each horse brass design.As I find more that I like, I add them to the website.
Please contact St Leonards on firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to have Black straps on the Cinder Bucket Tote. See the Shire Tote in Chestnut for the matching effect.Please get in touch too, if you're interested in the matching leather pouch.
Made in England at St Leonards on Sea, Seaside HQ