Padfield Somerset Bag Tan

3.670,00 DKK

* Lined with Burgundy Alcantara Suede 
New lining photographs to follow 

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The Padfield Somerset is skilfully Made in England.

This versatile style does it all. Mix and match the handles and straps to wear your Padfield your way.

With a detachable top handle and a detachable shoulder strap, you can carry your Somerset tucked under your arm, on your arm, over your shoulder or as a crossbody.

The Somerset is responsibly Made in England from locally sourced and tanned British leather. Padfield crafts in small batches in response to demand.

● Made in England from British tanned leather
● Leather top handle with optional shoulder strap
● Discrete gold embossed Padfield signature
● A spacious interior with zip pocket
● Lined with British suede leather
● Fits devices such as MacBook Air 11" laptop
● Discover matching small leather accessories

Dimensions: W 28cm (base) x H 20cm x 9 cm D
Top Handle: Drop 11cm
Crossbody Strap: Length 96cm to 112cm
Chain Strap: Length 112cm (customised length available)

Weight: Lightweight at ~750 grams

Leather: Padfield Pebble Grain and Suede

Padfield leather is tanned in England, UK

At Padfield we believe that to be a truly British brand we must craft locally from British materials whenever possible. The Padfield Pebble Grain leather, from which the Somerset leather shoulder bag was crafted, is tanned in Somerset England.

The hides originate from British and Irish beef and dairy farming. The UK is ranked A, sharing the highest rank status with Austria, Switzerland, and New Zealand as one of the top countries in the world for animal welfare and environmental standards.

In deciding to work with a by-product of British farming, Padfield is choosing to utilise a hide that would either go to waste or be exported abroad. Our research suggests that most hide from British beef and dairy farming is exported abroad, which is disappointing considering how many British brands retail leather accessories.

Why are more British brands not crafting at home in Britain from home-grown British hide?

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