Turning out rugged totage designed for everything from booze to belongings, Fleet is from a mountain-dwelling North Carolinian who scours flea markets for repurposeable materials and "enjoys working with hands...and drinking good beer", which clearly he was doing when he wrote about enjoying "working with hands". One-of-a-kind merch includes:
Flasks: 4 or 8oz, stainless steel, screwtop hooch holders come swaddled in leathers that vary in texture and color, but all exude a "sleek and sophisticated" vibe -- of course they would think that about themselves, being all filled with booze and whatnot.
Messenger bags: Options include a reconstructed WWII ammo pouch intended to carry a few essentials "while cycling or running around", and a belt buckle-strapped suede laptop joint called the Camel Messenger, who travels the country delivering toe-day's news.
Miscellany: Odds and ends range from a brown leather hip pouch, to the moderately sized, smooth black leather Triangle Duffel, which features a brass ring that can be used to attach keys or "anything else you might need to have at hand", assuming some mountain-dwelling North Carolinian isn't busy creepily working with them.