Revisit Unveils Eco-Friendly Leather Goods

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  • Revisit Weekender
  • Revisit Weekender
  • Revisit Laptop Sleeve
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  • Revisit Weekender

Revisit delivers functional leather bags and accessories that are made with eco-friendly elements including antique brass hardware and leather sourced from EcoHide, a Los Angeles tannery that uses vegetable dyes and coloring derived from mimosa-tree extracts. In addition to this ethical sourcing, Revisit has committed 25 percent of its profits to help national parks around the country.

The bags are made by artisans who handcraft each design from start to finish, treating the leather to soften its texture. In step with the new wave of versatile men’s carryalls, Revisit’s premiere Founders Collection comprises 15 items, including a laptop case, a folio, a clutch, jewelry, and a tote bag. Among them are the 2.5-foot-tall brown leather Abigail Tote ($750), with adjustable straps; the expandable Washburn Weekender bag ($1,400); and the Roosevelt Backpack ($1,250), which has a laptop-friendly padded interior sleeve. (215.738.4748, www.revisitproducts.com

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