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Review : Prime Rugged Oiled Leather Holdall

Date: 23-Jun-2013 - Written by Debbie Davies

What we like

The Prime Hide 825 holdall is a rugged brown leather oiled holdall that offers plenty of space and is easier to carry than most. It features padded leather handles which can be clipped together and a padded detachable and adjustable cross body strap to stop the bag from digging into your hands and shoulder. It measures 20 x 11 x 9 inches (W x H x D), is fully lined, has sturdy brass fittings and features various internal organisational options.

 

Best Features

The best thing about this holdall is the quality of the leather. It is made from really thick oiled leather that will stand up to no end of abuse. You can throw this holdall in your car boot or sling it down as you come in the door without having to worry. What's more, as it is made from rugged cow hide, you can still see the natural grains and scars on the skin of the animal, making each bag unique. This means that the little scuffs or scratches that the holdall will inevitably experience over the years, will only add to its masculine, rough and ready charm. The Prime Hide 825 holdall really is a bag for life!

Who is the Prime Hide 825 Holdall perfect for?

Stylish guys who are looking for a leather holdall as cool as they are.

Final Thoughts

This Prime Hide holdall is one of the smaller leather holdalls in our range so would make a fantastic overnight bag or gym bag

 

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