Proving the racehorse industry isn't just filled with guys who're rich/mad into euthanasia, the Japanese dude behind Southern Field Industries adapted his skills crafting equestrian racing gear in his father's factory to crank out rugged accessories, resulting in meticulously detailed carryables that definitely aren't held in place by horse glue
Stitched together with artificial sinew and avail in three veg-tanned leather colorways, SFI's two wallet styles differ in their closure mechanisms, one bestowed with an envelope-style flap, the other having
spent hours in therapy until it could really let go of its internal anger a brass stud
A variety of smaller, multicolored haversacks have cotton bodies that range from yellow to red, and leather flaps in either black or tan, while a grip of totes are... for women, dude, don't carry around a tote
Canvas-lined messengers are cut from red or navy waxed British Millerain cotton, and sport leather accents/straps & snap-close front pockets, while rucksacks feature drawstring made from a Red Wing boot lace, suggesting hockey is becoming very popular with the youth-in-Asia.