“The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all."
― Wendell Berry, The Unsettling of America:Culture and Agriculture

The Rangeland Tote was our first design supporting a regional, traceable and regenerative supply chain for
leather luggage staples.

Spanning just under 3000 miles, our value chain for production for this one of a kind heirloom bag starts with hides coming off one of three verified regenerative ranches.
Richard's Grass Fed Beef in CA, Thousand Hills in MN and White Oak Pastures in GA are all verified regenerative through the Savory Institute's EOV (Ecological Outcome Verification) protocol
and are partners in the new Land to Market supply chain program.

The hides are vegetable tanned in Plymouth, Wisconsin, then patterned, cut and sewn in Leon, Mexico.
It is our goal that within the next 5 years, tanning may be an option on the west coast and we may reduce our supply chain distance to 1,500 miles. 

Rangeland Tote

Sale price Price $500.00 Regular price Unit price  per 

This traceable and regeneratively sourced leather tote bag is big enough for your laptop, wallet, and other everyday essentials, but not so big that you get lost in digging for your things. It features a double layered leather bottom to help keep its shape and structure while carrying heavier items.

Each bag comes with a removable, zippered canvas tote that snaps in and out for easy spot cleaning. 

The leather hides are sourced from Land to Market partner ranches in the USA who participate in Ecological Outcome Verification, providing scientific data and quality assurance which ensures that our raw materials come from supply chains regenerating soils. The hides are vegetable tanned in the USA and our bags are patterned, cut and sewn by artisans in Leon, Mexico.