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When the weather is bad for a long time and leather bags are less used, please take care of them.
Using a brush to scrape out dust and dirt accumulated on the surface and in small crevices is effective in suppressing the growth of mold and bacteria.
Pay particular attention to the piping, the base of the handle, and the lining. A soft brush such as horsehair is recommended.

The staff's personal Bankrobber in the photo below has been used almost every day for about three years.
The chrome-tanned grain leather is strong enough to prevent rain stains from standing out, so it can be used unexpectedly roughly. I would love to use it everyday.