[The gloss of Wax leather is fresh! Shoulder pouch that can be used "just a little bit"] Made using domestic Wax leather. A shoulder pouch that's convenient for going out ... The handle is a handle, and you can carry a smartphone, a bi-fold wallet, a 500 mm plastic bottle, etc. all at once. Although it is genuine leather, it is surprisingly light, so this is the item I would recommend to anyone who wants a little heavy bag. [What is Wax Nume leather? ] Cowhide leather, which is tanned with vegetable tannins, is dyed with a dye and then hand-painted with wax. The surface is slightly whitish at the beginning of use, but gradually the wax on the surface permeates the inside of the leather, giving it a shiny luster and at the same time the texture changes smoothly. In other words, it is a leather that can be enjoyed by raising children. [We accept size orders] Please feel free to contact us. □ Size: Maximum width 28, height 15, gusset width 10 / belt maximum length 125cm □ Material: Domestically grown cow leather (made by Himeji) □ Color: Pale pink Weight: 250g [What you need to know when choosing genuine leather products] Did you know that there is a big difference in the nature and price of a piece of leather? In fact, even if it says "genuine leather product", its price really varies. Although the difference in price depends on the design and manufacturing process, it is not uncommon for the same genuine leather to have a difference of more than 10 times when compared in terms of "leather material cost". Why is it so different? The reason is as follows. There are two main methods for making leather. They are "chrome tanning" and "plant tanning tanning". Currently, the leather circulated in the market is mainly tanned using the "chrome tanning" chemical composition. Chrome-tanned leather has the advantages of a relatively uniform surface, flexibility and heat resistance. In addition, since it can be finished in large quantities in a short time, the cost is low, but on the other hand, it is also a leather that does not easily show "aging" which is the real pleasure of using genuine leather. Aged scratches and stains remain as scratch stains without any change, and are visible as "deterioration". In other words, [chrome tanned leather is a material suitable for mass production, and when finished, it is the most beautiful leather]. On the other hand, "vegetable tannin tanning", which is tanned using plant astringency, is called "nume leather". Nume leather tanning is an ancient method. Finished with the texture of the raw leather retained, the surface is likely to be affected by natural scratches and blood streaks, and the softness varies depending on the part. It is hard to say that it is a stable material because it takes a long time to finish, so it is difficult to say that it is a stable material, but it is a leather that you can enjoy "aging" such as the change in gloss and the deepening of the hue due to long use. [Nume leather is a long-established method that takes time and cost, but it is not perfect when you pick it up. Isn't that what you are looking for in a material called leather is a material that can be used for a long time? "I have a lot of leather products, so I want you to choose a leather that can experience the change over time." Based on this idea, KALEIDOSCOPE's work focuses on "Nume leather". [Initially, the skin has a smooth texture, but as you use it, it will be rubbed to create a gloss.] You can enjoy how it changes day by day. Leather that is easy to stain with water. Please refrain from using it in rainy weather. * Even if there are spots, it will grow amber by considering it as an aging process and using it. [Please refrain from purchasing if you want an intact leather product] Since it is natural leather, it has natural scars and unevenness. We avoid large scratches, but please understand some small scratches. The appearance of grain and unevenness of scratches are different one by one. If you think of it as a "scratch", you'll be worried, but this is also the "only pattern" that this leather is alive. I think it is unique to handmade leather that you can enjoy scratches and unevenness as "your own". [Feelings of fasteners] Uses YKK fasteners made in Japan. I am attracted to fashionable foreign fasteners, but I think Japanese fasteners are wonderful in comparison in terms of “good slippage, failure resistance, and durability”. [Production commitment] * Manual work as much as possible. KALEIDOSCOPE's work sticks to "making it with hand-cutting with a self-sharpened leather knife" from pattern making to cutting leather.