Layerxlayer Aleutian Pack

I had the pleasure of getting a first look at my pal’s over at Layerxlayer’s newest creation. Done up in 100% US made waxed canvas, US made webbing, US made YKK zipper, and other hardware. This pack is truly 100% American, and made by Patrick and Leah themselves… who are also American, but anyways.  A really good option for anyone looking for something different with a lot of neat details, and that will definitely break in nicely. Since I don’t want to reinvent the wheel, I’ll use the list of specifications straight from Lxl:

+ Waxed Canvas – Field Tan & Mustard.

+ Exterior front pocket held closed by straps.

+ Exterior side pocket x 2.

+ Grommet + Solid Brass clip strap adjustment.

+ D-RINGS on strap for attaching various objects.

+ Interior divider w/ pockets.

+ Sawtooth bottom stitching.

+ Denim rivets.

+ Leather backed rivets on front and side straps.

+ Beeswax on front strap ends.

+ YKK Zipper.

+ Heavy Duty webbing.

+ Secret pocket on back.


Filed under Layerxlayer, Made in USA

7 responses to “Layerxlayer Aleutian Pack

  1. Caroline | Back Down South

    Some of my favorite images on here yet. Keep up the great work!

  2. Really nice indeed, awesome details and it looks like it could take a good lickin.

  3. Denis Nelson

    wow this is a beautiful piece!

    price tag really throws me off though… at 150-199, it would be a total value/must buy.

  4. Sick bag and hat bro, keep killin’ it.

  5. jeffreyschu

    Great bag. Was wondering what kind of hat your wearing in he picctures. Also have u had any past entries on brown leather jackets? Saw one in the NYC subway the other night, can’t stop thinking about it.

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