San Francisco, CA, December 05, 2019 –(PR.com)– San Francisco’s WaterField Designs ushers in the holidays with the new Leather Luggage Tag and Leather Handle Wrap to make holiday travel a little easier. Available in five colors, the Leather Luggage Tags can be used in contrasting colors to help travelers easily identify their baggage or in matching colors as a stylish luggage accessory. Full-grain, dual-layer leather and strong metal components make these high-quality, small items ideal stocking stuffer gifts for the holidays. These travel accessories, along with all WaterField Designs bags and cases, are handcrafted to exacting standards in San Francisco.
“For years our customers have asked us for a quality luggage tag, so we invited them to design one with us,” said company owner Gary Waterfield. “Their existing tags fell off too easily, so ours attaches with a barrel-clasped, 1.5 mm stainless steel wire. Thanks to their input, the WaterField Luggage Tag also includes a GPS tile slot, keeps ID information private, and looks professional enough to head straight from the airport to business meetings.”
Leather Luggage Tag
The Leather Luggage Tag was designed in collaboration with over 500 frequent flier customers. Two layers of premium, full-grain leather are bonded together to withstand the rough and tumble of airline luggage handling. A hearty stainless steel wire slides through a metal grommet to attach the Luggage Tag to a wheeled suitcase, a carry-on or a day bag. A business card or an included address card slides behind a screened window and a GPS tracking tile (not included) slides into a designated slot behind that. The leather ID panel closes securely so it will open only when necessary, keeping ID information private while traveling.
Features at a Glance:
· Dual-layer, full-grain leather adds extra strength
· Metal screw stud closure keeps flap securely shut
· Stainless steel cable ring threads through metal grommet to attach to luggage or carry-on
· Clear window holds provided address card or a business card in place
· GPS tracking tile (not included) slips into pocket behind ID window
Leather Luggage Handle Wrap
WaterField’s new Leather Luggage Handle Wrap is made from soft, full-grain leather with a strong Velcro closure that keeps the wrap solidly in place. The Wrap encloses a luggage grip to soften the carry or keeps two briefcase handles together as one. Available in five colors, the Luggage Handle Wrap in a contrasting color can help travelers easily differentiate their bag on airport luggage carousels, usually filled with a sea of similar-looking bags.
Features at a glance:
· Soft, full-grain leather creates comfortable grip
· Makes luggage easier to identify among sea of black bags
· Merges two handles into one on a bag or briefcase
The new WaterField Leather Luggage Tag and Handle Wrap can be used with WaterField’s Air Porter or Air Duffel carry-on airline personal items or can be attached to one of WaterField’s many professional briefcases or backpacks.
Availability & Pricing
Leather Luggage Tag
Colors and materials: Dual-layer, full-grain leather in black (with blue interior), blue (with red interior), grizzly brown (with black interior), crimson (with black interior), spruce green (with black interior). Two 1.5 mm stainless steel wires with stainless barrel clasps. Metal grommet. Metal screw stud.
Dimensions & Weight: 5-1/2 x 3-7/8 x 1/8 inches; 1.7 oz.
Leather Handle Wrap
Colors and materials: Soft, full-grain leather in black, blue, crimson, grizzly brown, spruce green.
Dimensions & Weight: 5 -5/8 x 5-5/8 inches; 1 oz.
Pre-order now at sfbags.com. Shipping begins December 13, 2019, in time for Christmas.
About WaterField Designs
WaterField Designs is an innovative San Francisco designer and manufacturer of bags and cases for tech-savvy consumers who want to stylishly and responsibly transport their technology. WaterField manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full-range of laptop computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming devices and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco.-++