Martinez cut his teeth in the leather working world at the feet of his father Don Pepe and his grandfather, Felipe Martinez, whose first huaraches sandals were made for his local Oaxacan baseball team, Casa Audelo, in 1933 in Mexico. Since that time, successive generations of the Martinez clan have followed in their fathers’ footsteps. Today, Orox Leather Company makes its goods from only the highest-quality, US-sourced leather, denim, and canvas, along with long-lasting and unique sand-casted copper hardware, made by Clendinen Brothers in Baltimore, Maryland.
And now is your chance to get this brown leather Courier satchel from Orox for free–a whopping $380 value. The base of the bag is made of durable and waterproof waxed canvas, with the upper closure portion made of scratch-proof, oil-tanned leather from Redwing, Minnesota, all supported by a hardy English Bridal leather strap from St. Louis, Missouri. Measuring up at a respectable 13” x 13” x 3.5”, this courier satchel is big enough to fit a laptop, a couple of file folders, a wallet, glasses case, and any other everyday carry item you might need throughout your workweek. Overall, this is the perfect bag for the everyday commute.
So, if you like the looks of this leather, enter below for you chance to win this American made, high-quality, heritage-construction satchel from the Martinez family and Orox Leather Company. Good luck!Orox Leather Satchel
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