backpack is one type of bag that don’t quite look like something suited for business, but if you prefer not to have lopsided shoulders in long run, it is the type of bag to get, unless you don’t mind hand carrying a brief case and leaving only one hand free to do whatever. however, if the backpack is made of leather, then that would be a different story. it is a wonder how materials can changed our perceptions of some products, don’t you think? speaking of leather backpack, Detroit-based Shinola has one beauty for your consideration. the Runwell first edition leather backpack is touted as Shinola’s flagship backpack that was designed right at the outfit’s Detroit leather studio and made entirely in the U.S.A. from genuine Horween leather.

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

it has a canvas lined interior boasting multiple pockets, including a padded laptop compartment – zippered for added security, a double zipper main compartment, and a phone pocket. there is nothing complicated about this bag; it is crafted from leather with a clean, non-clutter look, unlike most nylon or canvas examples, and features a leather top carry handle, all-leather adjustable padded shoulder straps, and rounding up with gunmetal finished solid brass hardware. so, how much for this piece of work of art? well, it will set you back at a hefty $950. yes. nearly a grand for a leather backpack. whether is it worth that amount is entirely up to individual. available in choice of natural or black leather, the Shinola The Runwell Backpack is now available for pre-sale where the first 100 backpacks will be individually stamped and numbered. shipment is expected to happen in the week of September 1st. click past the fold for more awesome imageries.

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Shinola The Runwell Backpack

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

Shinola The Runwell Backpack

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