As Eric Heins and Corter prepare for the upcoming launch of the label’s new website, the tiny one-man operation has created a leather take on the classic luggage tag. Mimicking the look of the cheap plastic tags that typically appear on one’s luggage, the piece appears with a split ring, hand-set copper rivet and natural vegetable-tanned leather for the tag itself – thus allowing users to insert their own personal information via ink pen, wood burner or whatever method one may choose. Look for the leather luggage tags to be available alongside a plethora of new releases to coincide with the site’s launch later this February.
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