Part of the "Fiadhaich" Collection, my love letter to the Cairngorms, taking inspiration from the unique colour palette of the dramatic, mountainous scenery of one of my favourite places in Scotland. //The Fernweh UK waxed canvas field bag is made from high quality waxed canvas, lined with durable striped ticking cloth fabric with vegetable tanned leather crossbody strap. All handcrafted by myself in my studio in Aberdeen. //Features //Navy Waxed Cotton Canvas //Grey Waxed Cotton Canvas //Ochre Waxed Cotton Canvas //Ticking Cloth Lining //Vegetable Tanned Leather label //Vegetable Tanned Leather straps in Dark Brown //Solid Brass Roller Buckle //Antique Brass Rivets //All field bags are made with a slim adjustable crossbody strap from dark brown vegetable tanned leather //Please allow for slight variations as each bag is handmade to order. Although we will get your order to you as soon as possible, please allow up to two weeks for manufacture and delivery as each item is handmade. //Dimensions //Approx 27cm (H) x 17cm Width of bottom) x 11cm (D) //Strap length - approx 115cm-138cm //Care //Waxed cotton canvas is a water resistant cotton which changes colour as it wears. The waxed canvas develops a natural patina over time, adding to the antique, vintage feel of the product. //Recommended care: //As with all waxed canvas products, do not iron as this will cause the wax to melt.- Hand wash only with cold water and leave to dry away from natural light. //If bag is particularly dirty, use a soft brush to wipe away excess dirt before cleaning, using a mild soap/detergent and cold water on more stubborn areas. //As with all waxed products, re-wax every 6-12 months to restore waxed cotton to top condition. //Sustainability & Transparency //All bags are handmade by me in my studio, allowing me to minimise waste, and reuse all scraps wherever possible. //The waxed canvas is sourced from two UK factories who have been making waxed canvas since the late 1800s, one in Scotland and one in England.
"FINNOCH" Field Bag - Navy/Grey/Ochre