Jekyll Crossbody

Discover the perfect blend of simplicity and functionality with the Jekyll Crossbody  Crafted from full-grain vegetable-tanned leather from Wickett and Craig, this bag reflects timeless design and quality. Its sleek, minimalist silhouette is designed to complement any outfit while offering practical storage for your daily essentials. The Jekyll Crossbody features an adjustable strap for versatile wear and a magnetic closure for easy access. Its durable construction ensures it will be a reliable companion for years to come. 

Bag Capacity: 2 Liters

Detachable/Adjustable strap: 40" - 45"

1 Front pocket

1 Back pocket

2 Interior pockets

Magnetic snap closure

SPECIFICATIONS

7.5" H x 9" W x 3.5" D

1.90 lbs

COLOR

Tan

For Everyday Care:

  • Use a dry, clean, and soft cloth to dust or remove debris from the surface.
  • Avoid long-term exposure to direct sunlight.
  • Be aware that color transfer may occur due to friction against clothing and other surfaces.
  • If the leather becomes wet, blot with a dry, clean, and soft cloth to remove standing water, then air dry. Note that leather is susceptible to water damage and stains.

To Spot Clean:

  • Use a soft, damp cloth to gently clean the surface with light circular motions.
  • Avoid scrubbing or rubbing one spot for too long or applying too much pressure, as this can damage and discolor the leather.
  • Allow the leather to air dry; never apply heat.
  • Note that some stains may not come out of semi-aniline and aniline leathers.

Order Note: The Jekyll Crossbody is bag is made to order. Current lead time on new orders is 3 weeks.

Hardware

Solid Brass

Crafted from brass, it’s strong and durable—ensuring that your bag will last many seasons in style.

This bag is made with

Full Grain Vegetable Tanned Leather

This exquisite North American leather, crafted from Wickett & Craig, originates from one of the oldest and most prestigious tanneries in the United States. Wickett & Craig, based in Curwensville, Pennsylvania, has been specializing in vegetable-tanned leathers since 1867.

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