Saddleback Leather Company Briefcase
The Saddleback Leather Company Briefcase is a unique briefcase in many different ways. Made from 100% genuine ‘boot’ leather (but thicker), this briefcase can convert into a backpack in 10 seconds. In addition to that, it’s boasted as the ‘briefcase they’ll fight over when you’re dead!’ One of the most interesting things about the Saddleback Leather Company Briefcase is that it comes with a 100-year warranty. If that’s not confidence in a product, you’re going to be hard pressed to find it.
This briefcase is ultra thin although it holds computers of up to 15.6 inches and is lined with tough pigskin or suede. The company says that pigskin is the strongest hide in the world next to kangaroo. It features no breakable parts such as snaps, buttons, etc. and the strap is a key strap and easily thrown over the shoulder. In addition to holding the computer, it can also easily fit a few notebooks or documents, pens and pencils, electronic devices like cell phones and iPods, as well as the computer accessories like the power cord.
This is the perfect briefcase for the professional man or woman, and is available in four different colors; chestnut, coffee, carbon black, and tobacco. One thing people will immediately notice about this briefcase is that it’s expensive. It will run you over $400, however, it’s important to think about the quality of the bag. With a 100-year warranty, it’s likely that you’ll never have to purchase another briefcase again, unless you just want a different color. When you purchase a cheaper bag, you can expect to replace it once every year or two years. Over a ten year span, you might spend $1,000 whereas with the Saddleback Leather Company bag, you’ll buy one.
Overall, this briefcase is of exceptional quality and constructed from the finest materials. It holds several items in addition to a laptop, and is extremely professional looking. It’s unlikely that you’ll ever need to purchase another laptop, and this makes a fantastic gift for a professional man.
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