WaterField Designs is celebrating American manufacturing on the country’s 238th birthday and 4th of July week with their announcement of the new WaterField Designs Franklin Tote and their “American Made” company video.
WaterField Designs is a San Francisco manufacturer of custom laptop sleeves, designer bags and cases for digital gear and is committed to local manufacturing and to helping fuel American ingenuity. Like all of the company.’s products, the Franklin Tote is handmade in the United States. It features naturally-tanned, full-grain leather and colorful nylon accents, and can stow everything you need for busy day of innovation or recreation.
“The Franklin embodies everything I love about totes; you’d never know from the clean and simple lines on the outside that the spacious main compartment houses an assortment of intuitive pockets,” says company owner Gary Waterfield. “It’s easy to toss all my belongings inside — laptop, sweater, water bottle, paperwork, magazines — and formal enough to fit well into a business environment.”
Secured with sturdy, old-fashioned rivets, the Tote’s leather straps are long enough to sling over a shoulder and short enough to use as handles. Hidden, no-slip pads sewn underneath the straps keep them from sliding off shoulders. A key fob for quick retrieval adds to the organizational appeal of the Franklin Tote.
Franklin Tote features:
Full-grain, naturally-tanned leather from one of few remaining US tanneries
Choice of six nylon accent colors: black, copper, flame, green, pearl or pine
Seven organizational pockets: two interior, open-topped, tablet-sized pockets; one interior zippered pocket with additional pockets inside; an outside magazine pocket with a zippered pocket hidden within
Elegant look with a rugged American feel that suits any setting — morning, noon or night
Colors – Full-grain “chocolate” leather with a choice of six nylon panel colors: black, copper, flame, green, pearl or pine.
Price – $28
Available now for pre-order exclusively from SFBags.com. Shipping begins July 7, 2014.
For more information, visit: