Leather Pen Roll
The Superior Labor Roll Pen Case combines our passion for analogue tools and travels seamlessly. It is utilitarian yet beautifully designed so that it can keep up with all the travels as well as everyday city outings.
The inner component of the Roll Pen Case is divided into four convenient pockets. It opens flat so you can accommodate various tools you use and carry (pens, scissors, sewing tools... you name it!) and they are easily accessible when you get to work. The large pocket can easily fit your smartphone, a wallet, or Traveler's Notebook Passport Size refill as well as Field Notes and can be folded in half as a carrying mode instead of being rolled, which makes this Roll Pen Case a perfect side clutch to carry some of your essentials. It closes with a sturdy leather belt and brass buckle to ensure whatever inside is safe and secure.
All materials are carefully sourced in Japan. The Roll Pen Case is made in the Superior Labor studio in Okayama prefecture where they turned an old elementary school into a unique workshop space.
The leather used for the Roll Pen Case is high-quality vegetable tanned. You will see some organics marks (small stains, wrinkles, scars, small lines from blood veins) on the leather which is all part of the leather as an organic material. We believe in respecting the material and thrive on not wasting materials to be "perfectly pure". I hope you enjoy watching the leather grow and age in a unique way as you wear them in. The leather will also soften with time and usage.
If you are looking for Leather Carrier with more personalities and characters on leather, please select the one with "CHARACTER". These marks have no effect on the performance of the artifact but tell more stories.
You will really see and feel the craftsmanship that goes into making the Roll Pen Case when you pick it up in your hands.
Please be advised that the true leather color can slightly vary depending on your screen.
Designed and Made By: Superior Labor in Japan
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