The Slim Traveler Brief

$795
Natural Grain Leather
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Give your daily commute an upgrade with the Slim Traveler Brief. From home to work and back again, the Slim Traveler Brief can pack it all in—while still maintaining a slim and sleek profile.  

 An interior padded pockets fits a 15” laptop with ease, while additional slip pockets hold your phone and other necessities. Pen pockets, a leather card pocket, and exterior pockets add thoughtful design touches.  

  

 

MATERIAL

NATURAL GRAIN LEATHER

Soft to the touch but full of body, with a natural grain variation. Will patina and change color over time, adding to its character. 

Functionality

WEAR IT YOUR WAY

An adjustable and removable shoulder strap paired with leather carrying handles allows you to transport this brief in a way that works for you.

Design

TRAVEL FAR

The bags in our Shinola Traveler Collection have been designed to make getting from A to B as simple as possible—and help you look good doing it.  

Hardware

TOP BRASS

Crafted with durable matte nickel-plated brass hardware.




Natural Grain Leather

This premium leather is soft to the touch but full of body with a natural grain variation. This leather will patina and change color through natural exposure to sunlight and other elements, adding to its character. This leather is lightly treated therefore is susceptible to water damage and stains.

Use a dry, clean, soft cloth to dust or remove debris. Avoid long-term exposure to direct sunlight. Color transfer may occur due to friction against clothing and other surfaces.

More Information
SKU 20256407
Features Adjustable removable webbing shoulder strap
Two exterior slip pockets
Interior padded laptop pocket fits up to 15" laptop
Interior slip pocket fits phone & accessories
Pen pockets
Leather card pocket
Brass hardware
Dimensions 12" x 16" x 2" | Handles: 4" Strap Drop: 19" -26"

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