This satchel might have been on the back of a French carpentry or architecture student in the renaissance, with blue prints, papers, wood samples and work items in the morning and a bottle of red wine and a baguette in the evening. The satchel is built of three large panels of top grain organically tanned leather, overlapping seams with gun blue heavy steel rivets, a single piece of material comprises the shoulder strap which also splits and becomes the sides of the bag itself, separating the computer pocket from the main compartment of the bag. An interior series of secure pockets made of waterproof black nylon form vestibules for phone, passport, pens, wallet, loose change and the like. The apprentice satchel will last you well into the stages of Journeyman (or woman) and is heavy, nearly five pounds. It's all leather and it will last more than your lifetime.
Available for purchase at Qatalogue.
Width 20" Height 13" Depth 6"