Orox Leather Company arrived on the scene in 2012 in the heart of Portland, Oregon. For this family business, craftsmanship is a birthright that crossed four continents and four generations. Today, the Orox founder José Martinez and his three sons Martin, Kevin and Levi blend designs and techniques from Japan, Mexico and the Americas. This fusion approach produces unique silhouettes like the Viator Tote, a leather and canvas carryall. The Viator Tote is at once a utilitarian daily-carry bag and sharply dressed weekender. It offers 14 liters of storage capacity, a rugged removable English bridle leather shoulder strap and an elegant profile that effortlessly fuses a waxed canvas core and a rich Horween exterior. The result is a simple yet polished shoulder bag that rises to almost any use case.
1. Elegant Utility:
The Viator Tote’s unique shape allows for myriad applications: stow a laptop and other work items in the internal pockets or deploy the 14-liter capacity for an overnight getaway or carry it on your next flight. Slide the luggage strap over your suitcase handle or clip on the adjustable bridle leather strap for shoulder carry.
2. Solid Brass Hardware:
A great bag is nothing without the right hardware. That’s why all three of the Viator Tote’s zippers and both strap grommets are fashioned from solid brass, adding reliability and strength to an already robust design.
3. Lifetime Warranty:
Every Orox Leather Co. product comes backed with a limited lifetime warranty that covers all defects in materials and craftsmanship for the life of the product. And, while leather will naturally age and change over time and with use, each product is designed from the beginning to fashionably patina with wear and use without compromising the look and feel of the product.
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