(PRWEB) February 22, 2013
Saddleback Leather CEO Dave Munson of San Antonio, Texas, announced today the company’s new educational series created to inform customers what to look for when purchasing a fine Leather Bag. Purveyor of high quality leather products, Saddleback Leather wants consumers to understand what goes into making exceptional leather bags for men, as well as all leather goods they design and produce.
The series covers all aspects of quality finished goods, including design, materials and manufacturing. The first in the new series introduces the benefits of their pigskin-lining. Pigskin, as Munson points out, is the second strongest leather in the world, second only to kangaroo. When bonded with the full-grain leather Saddleback uses, these two leathers make for a virtually indestructible combination.
Beyond laying out general principles and practices of high quality manufacturing, Munson also delves into elements more specific to the Saddleback Leather design ethos, such as designing all products without any breakable parts or anything that will not last for a century or more (all Saddleback products are covered by a 100 year warranty). “What good is a billion dollar submarine with a cardboard hatch?” Quips Munson rhetorically.
Other topics the company will further explain in their ongoing series include what type of thread to use, what is the best kind of leather available, how rivets reinforce leather bag construction, and how machinery and great employees all combine to create exceptional leather products.
Believing that many companies don’t share design and manufacturing practices with consumers due to cost-saving shortcuts, Saddleback Leather wants to inform customers what they will get in a quality leather bag and how theirs stand apart from other companies. Saddleback Leather uses the finest quality materials, design and construction practices possible, not wanting consumers to settle for anything less than best.
In fact, the company is so committed to producing quality leather goods they include links to competitor websites so consumers can see the difference for themselves. Making honest, well-crafted leather products is Saddleback’s number one focus, although they also believe in having fun in the process, as is evident in the new video series which can be viewed on web at http://www.saddlebackleather.com/Quality-Built-to-Last
About Saddleback Leather:
Saddleback Leather began on a wing and a prayer (literally) in Juarez, Mexico, in 2003 when English teacher, Dave Munson needed to find a bag. Miraculously, he found a leather smith who agreed to make him one based on Dave’s own design and the rest, as they say, is history. After going through several iterations since the early days, the company has developed a stunningly rugged yet captivating line of leather goods. Saddleback designs and its production affiliate, TrueBlue, manufactures a wide range of leather bags for men and women’s casual and business use, luggage, wallets, belts and accessories. Saddleback Leather’s goal is stated simply: “To love people around the world by making excessively high quality, tough and functional leather designs.” For additional information, please visit http://www.saddlebackleather.com.