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STEEL HORSE LEATHER

The Faust Leather Camera Bag | Crossbody Vintage Camera Messenger Bag

Regular price $193.95 USD
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The Faust Leather Camera Bag is a handcrafted small leather camera bag made with full grain leather. The Faust Leather Camera Bag is a fully functional, high-capacity leather camera bag for mirrorless and DSLR cameras. The leather is carefully tanned, and the bag is made by hand using traditional techniques. This camera bag is made of thick, full-grain, vegetable-tanned leather. Handcrafted with meticulous stitching and vintage leather, this bag will last you a lifetime.  The Faust uses full-grain leather that may have blemishes and characteristic marks. These marks are a natural part of the leather-making process and add to the bag's character.  It's really like no other camera bag you've ever seen before, and the design is so simple and so practical that it can also be used as a day-to-day bag.

Material & Dimensions

  • Made of high-quality crazy horse leather
  • Dimensions: 10.4" x 6.2" x 4" (26.5cm x 16cm x 10cm)
  • Weight: 1.8 lbs (.85 kg)
  • Shoulder Strap: 53.1"(135cm)
  • Handstrap 

Features

  • Exterior: 2x exterior clasp pockets perfect for your phone and wallet
  • Interior: 1 large central compartment perfect for a DSLR Camera and Lens and extra lens
  • Interior: 2x side interior sleeves
  • Carrying: Leather-lined comfortable grab handle made from high-quality material. Wear-proof and durable. Ergonomically designed adjustable straps distribute weight evenly across the neck.
  • Two carrying options: Grab handle and adjustable shoulder straps
  • Full Grain Leather

What Fits

Holds either a camera body with lens attached, a pro camera body or a standard body + grip as well as additional lens and accessories

Please note that this bag is made of natural material, therefore each bag is unique with a slightly different color.

What is Crazy Horse Leather?

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