Founded close to an abundant source of raw materials like hides, skins, spruce bark and pure water in 1899, Böle, the far-north Sweden based fourth generation tannery and bespoke saddle maker has now produced an old-fashioned tanner’s apron, which can be referred to as an ultimate gift for the quintessential man and an accessory that complements Böle’s briefcases and rucksacks. Craftsmen at Böle exclusively crafted this tanner’s apron from bark-tanned reindeer leather that has been cured for a full 12 months. Also known to be the Swedish Royal purveyor, Böle has delivered fine leather goods to the Royal Family and the Royal Court of Sweden, and also offers made to order service for its clients.
Old-fashioned tanner’s apron has a special feature that it takes on its own unique character, acquiring a beautiful luster and patina after many years of use. Further, each apron has been exclusively numbered and can be embossed with the owner’s name or monogram. This accessory that complements Böle’s briefcases and rucksacks comes in one size that fits all and in a limited edition of 30 pieces (ahalife). Böle is known for preparing its leather using ancient bark-tanning technique, in which leather is cured in vats filled with bark for nearly a year.
For the true connoisseurs, Böle also offers the Royal Backpack which has been crafted using the best reindeer hides, and boasts a shape that has been adapted well and sits close to your body, down your back.
And, for the gun enthusiasts, Böle offers an extraordinary rifle case that has been meticulously crafted using the superior quality steer hides. This leather good is an advanced case, which also accommodates a large scope, and is made to measure and hand-stitched on a wooden last created specially to match the rifle.
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