Men's Small Tan Leather Vintage Style Crossbody Bag

SKU: ASH-4551-tan

  • Men's Small Tan Leather Vintage Style Crossbody Bag

    These smaller crossbody bags can be worn with 1940s wartime uniforms and midcentury civilian clothing alike thanks to their practicality and versatility. Each bag is handcrafted from beautiful full-grain leather and then hand-waxed to give a smooth luxury feel using modern and eco-friendly methods that retain a vintage charm.

    The small crossbody features a fold-over buckled flap that is secured with a press stud for ease of access. The bag has a rear zip pocket and two internal slip pockets, alongside an additional internal leather trimmed zip pocket.

    The bag also features an embossed Ashwood Leather heritage logo on the back.

    Ashwood Leather brand, their "4551" style. Available in both tan brown and black leather.

    Dimensions: 21cm length x 23cm height x 7cm width

  • Delivery & Returns

    FREE Click and Collect from our Huddersfield, UK Location.

    We have Express and Standard Delivery Services from FREE to £9.99


    See our Delivery Page for Full Details.

    Returns Accepted from Customers within 28 Working Days of you Receiving your Order. See Returns page for Full Details.

  • Taxes & Duties

    United Kingdom

    If your shipping address is within the UK the prices shown are inclusive of VAT.

    *The EU and the Rest of the World

    If shipping to other countries the prices shown exclude tax/duty. Depending on your location you may need to pay additional charges for the taxes & duty on receipt of goods. 

    European Union Countries
    If your purchase is €150 or below all taxes are calculated at checkout and will therefore not incur any other charges from customs.
    For purchases over €150, you may be charged duty & tax. This will be charged by your local customs office.

    Other Countries
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    *This information is only a guide please check with your local customs laws before ordering. Revival Vintage has no control over the tax/duty charged. It is the responsibility of the buyer to pay such charges.

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