Lotuff's Leather Working Tote is a classic leather tote distinguished by full continuous handles™, an added leather side panel and bottom for inherent structure, and a helpful, functional zipper drop pocket. With an unlined interior, this soft, supple piece won't weigh you down while still providing you with a bag for the ages.
- Classic tote design.
- Hand-selected, tumbled, vegetable-tanned leather. Learn more.
- Unlined, natural-suede interior.
- Double-layer leather bottom with no metal feet to ruin fine finishes.
- Full continuous handles™ that wrap fully around the bag.
- Interior drop pocket.
- Nesting carry handles.
- Double-stitched handles.
- Polished exterior edges and bound interior seams.
- Eight-inch handle drop for both on-shoulder and in-hand carry.
- Individual number debossed on the interior.
Height 13.00 inches.
Width 17.00 inches.
Depth 8.00 inches.
Handle Drop 8.00 inches.
*In scale shots, the female model is 5'2" and the male model 6'0"*
The Working Tote II is a serious, beautiful piece of equipment.
With a continuous handle™ construction, this design demands uncompromising perfection from the leather hide. As the handle is cut in one continuous piece, no blemish or imperfection can fall within its surface cut; and this continuity in the cut guarantees both the beautiful composition of the piece itself and a most supportive carry.
Sized to act as a carryall, the Working Tote is incredibly versatile. It can be used for the workday, an overnight trip, the garden, the dock, or the field. It can also carry your briefcase and any other smaller accessories.
An unlined, suede interior prevents us from hiding any imperfections, ensuring the quality of the bag is the same on both the interior and the exterior.
An 8" handle drop allows the bag to be carried either on shoulder or in hand.
The monogram on the Working Tote is subtly placed on the front of the bag, right in between the two handles. The font is Times New Roman and stands about 1/2" in height. You have the option of a gold foil (pictures #1 and #2) or a deboss (pictures #3 and #4).