Heritage Leather Stateroom Weekender Bag
Heritage Leather Stateroom Weekender BagBy Mission Mercantile
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Featuring a historically admirable silhouette drawn from the golden age of ship and train travel. This classic gentlemen's hold-all will surpass all of your travel and style needs. It satisfies U.S. and European carry-on standards, yet is sufficiently large enough for three days away.
Along with a solid leather bottom and heavy-duty zipper, our vintage lined Weekender includes one zippered and three open pockets. A comfortably padded shoulder strap is perfect for when you're fully packed.
details & care
- Meets most major airline carry-on requirements
- Easy access interior pockets
- Solid antique brass feet on base
- 100% full-grain, US cowhide, vegetable-tanned leather
- Fully lined interior
- Padded shoulder strap for travel and carrying ease
- Solid antique brass metal hardware
- Strong UV and weather-resistant marine-grade polyester thread
- Mission Mercantile Lifetime Promise
- Dimensions: 19.5" W x 9" D x 13.5" H
- Weight: 7.5 lbs
All our products are made with high quality full-grain chrome and/or vegetable tanned leathers. We recommend a high quality leather conditioner such as Fiebing's Aussie Leather Conditioner. Depending on your use and conditions, you shouldn't need to condition it more than a few times/year, including "spot" conditioning when you see a dry area. That's the primary way you know you need to condition your product: does it look too dry to me? You just don't want to over-condition it to the point it feels to wet or oily.
All leather (full grain and others) may absorb spills if it's not sealed in some manner. Our leathers are sealed by our tanneries so that color doesn't "crock" (transfer) when it's rubbed. To further ensure that your fine leather good won't absorb a spill, you may further treat it with a product such as Fiebing's 4-Way Leather Care and/or Snow Proof Paste. First, be sure to test on a hidden or inconspicuous portion of the leather to ensure it doesn't change the look in some undesirable way.
If you do get caught in the rain, no worries. Simply wipe the excess water away as quickly as possible, let it dry naturally and any water spots should disappear. Once the leather has dried, recondition the leather. This is because water can dry the leather’s natural oils, so a good conditioner will help return the leather to a like-new condition.