Monday, November 2, 2009
Leather duffels - natures resilient material
We all know the usefulness of a duffel bag, easy to tote along, easy to stuff full of all of your belongings, but what happens when that wonderful store-all happens to get wet? All of your belongings get wet too. A better choice of material, when choosing your duffel bag, would be leather.
Leather is extremely resilient, it not only is naturally water resistant, but has an incredibly long shelf life. Imagine canoeing with your belongings in your craft, and running into rough waters, it is inevitable that your belongings will get wet. With a leather duffel you could easily change into dry clothes after you've reached your destination, and damp matches make a delightful issue when you're already cold and wet.
The lasting quality of a leather duffel bag surpasses the shelf life of canvas, cotton, nylon, and many other commonly used materials for duffels. Your leather duffel can last long enough to pass down among the generations of your family yet to come. This product can be used and enjoyed again and again, and you can rest assured that it will remain efficient.
Because of the sturdy natural durability of leather, leather duffel bags are made with heavy duty zippers, brads, and buckles, making it virtually indestructible. A leather duffel is a definite worthwhile investment, rather than having to replace your bags yearly.
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Posted by Jonathan Thralow at 1:46 PM
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