Although still a relatively young brand, Tanner Goods was quick to craft a reputation built on product which has incredible attention to detail, carefully considered design, and made by hand. Based in Portland, Oregon, Tanner Goods quickly became one of the top names in leather goods during the revival of heritage style. But that’s not to say they’ve sat still or become complacent or should be pigeonholed as a strictly heritage brand.
They’ve continued to make great leather goods of course, but they’ve diversified into all manner of lifestyle items, varied accessories, and utilising different materials. One of the brand’s latest initiatives is using Konbu® fabric for a range of luggage including the versatile Canyon Bag.
Konbu® is an innovative new technical fabric which is made from Cordura® 500D nylon fibers, weighs 20-60% less than waxed canvas and has a water repellent coating. Exclusively milled in Osaka, Japan, it offers durable military-grade abrasion resistance and great protection against the elements, affording it to be a perfect fabric for luggage. The Canyon Bag is designed to be a reliable everyday carry whether you’re heading downtown or hiking a trail for the afternoon.
With ample room for all your necessaries it still maintains a slim profile and avoids being cumbersome. Large enough to carry a water bottle or small umbrella, as well as your keys, phone, wallet, and PPE. Featuring a two way zipper for ease of use and an internal key loop, this versatile little number is a worthy companion. And if Konbu® wasn’t enough for you, it also uses English bridle leather and aircraft grade aluminium hardware.
Available for $115 at Tanner Goods