Leather Luggage Tag
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- We use only the best: full-grain leather (as much of the cow as you can get, short of the moo), strong pigskin lining, and premium marine-grade thread (the kind used on shipping sails)
- No plastic window to get dingy. Replace your business card, not your luggage tag
- Paper tags are ugly and rip, so use this
- Leather flap covers your personal info from bad people
- Makes any luggage look better (or worse)
- Tag: 2.25" H x 4.25" W
- Window: 1.5" H x 2.75" W
- 0.1 Pound
I was looking forward to our honeymoon for more than one reason.
So we get off the plane at the little Bora Bora airstrip and everyone just kept going on and on about it as we waited for the boat to take us to our overwater bungalow. They said the regular things and asked the same questions I hear on every trip. “Where did you get that gorgeous luggage? How old is it? Oh my gosh, sir, your luggage is amazing.” It was fun to see Suzette finally getting it that we had something special going on here.
But there was something just plain wrong with the whole picture and it bothered me there at the airport/boat dock. Here I am with the most beautiful woman in the world on the most the most beautiful island in the world with the most eye-catching luggage every hotel staff and airline check-in counter person had ever seen but with hugely out of place cheap paper tags hanging off the handle by tacky elastic bands. It was at that moment that I said to myself, “Such a thing ought not to be” and I knew I had to design a tag to match the level of my suitcases. This may sound weird, but I’m really proud of my luggage tags and I wonder sometimes, “Has anybody else ever been proud of a luggage tag before?”