We’re often asked why we don’t attach any metal feet to the bottom of our tote bags. Metal feet can harm any fine finish on which the bag is placed – whether it is the wooden finish of a boat or the leather on the back seat of your automobile. Metal feet are also notoriously bad at handling wear and tear well.
Instead, we protect the bag and its interior contents by adding an extra layer of leather to the bottom. That layer gives the bag an unparalleled strength and acts as a buffer between the interior and the exterior.