You didn’t make the decision to wear a backpack with a suit lightly. There are few options that look professional enough to pull it off, and no options that look clean and are made of quality, full-grain leather. That’s why I made this. The entire body of the bag is made from a single piece of veg tanned harness leather. One piece! That’s unheard of. I’ve never encountered another maker that strives to limit seams and elevate the integrity of the construction of a backpack as much as we did here. This is the most premium formal backpack you can get.
It comes standard with an internal laptop sleeve and a central exterior pocket.
This backpack is the answer to leather bags that look too casual for work with extra buckles and D-rings, and formal options that are not real leather.
This handmade lifetime purchase also costs less than cheaper backpacks. You can get a cheaper bag, but you’ll be replacing it every few years and it will look worse with use. This Double Rivet Leather backpack gets better with use and cost less than two cheaper department store backpacks. So why go the cheaper route when it’ll cost you more by the next replacement, and you can look like a boss from day one?
Another difference between this leather pack and other leather backpacks is the hide we use. This backpack starts as a full side of steer harness leather that has been specifically selected from the tannery for this particular Double Rivet Leather product application. The back sides of these hides are finished to our specifications. So unlike other bag makers, we don’t have to line the inside of our bags with pigskin or anything to save in cost. The veg tanned harness leather we use is already sturdy and presentable inside-out. So no liner is necessary. The harness leather shoulder straps are wide enough to disperse the weight onto your shoulders without added padding. A cushioned shoulder pad is especially unnecessary if you will primarily be using the backpack with a suit that has shoulder pads of its own. I would only recommend the shoulder pad option with this backpack if you intend to carry very heavy loads without a suit or just want to have that option.
If you wear a suit to work, I’d first recommend one of our leather briefcases. But if you prefer a backpack because the asymmetrical carry of a cross-body bag isn't good for your back, or you just don’t like it and you need your hands free, this is the only backpack option that is built like a briefcase, made of full-grain American harness leather, and clean looking and formal enough to go to work with you. Please do not wear a nylon backpack to work, especially not with a suit; high school is over.