Components A pared down, unlined version of our Venture pack in a limited waxed natural canvas. See "" tab for more info. 10.10 oz waxed natural canvas Bound internal seams Roll top closure: Expandable triglide leather straps and snap closure for quick fasten/unfasten...
Components Inspired by hinge-top boxes (think chalk or cigarette box). Previously done as a one-off Explorations piece, we brought the Hinge Pack back in this limited waxed natural canvas. See "" tab for more info. 10.10 oz waxed natural canvas Bound internal seams...
Components ex·cur·sionikˈskərZHənnounnoun: excursion; plural noun: excursions1. a short journey or trip, esp. one engaged in as a leisure activity.See "" tab for specs. 10.10 oz waxed canvas Floating 1000 denier coated nylon Cordura lining Self cinching roll top closure Roll top +...
Components I traveled a lot as a musician for well over 10 years. Flying around the world, crisscrossing the North American continent countless times, and racking more hours in airports than I care to think about, left me with a pretty clear idea of what...
Components The teardrop pack has always been a favorite of ours. We took that classic silhouette and ran with it, giving it some geometry and architectural lines while focusing on comfort and practicality—thematically juxtaposing classic and modern.See "" tab for more info. 10.10...
Minimal in design, this Mousepad includes a valley for your pen placement.Wood backing for support and rounded edges to give it a clean and sleek appearance.
Antique Nickel Enamel lapel pin with Deluxe Clutch closure. 3/4" diameter.
Sizing Cut from 9-10oz English Bridle. Conway buckle allows full adjustability with only one visible hole for a clean, simplified aesthetic. Beveled and burnished edges. 1.25" width. Belt will age with character and grace. Belt sizing is not universal. We strongly suggest...
Name: Anthony Hagen
Position at Teranishi: Jack of All Trades
Name: Michael Armendariz
Position at Teranishi: Logistics manager/customer service/social media
Growing up in a Japanese (American) household, it was pretty much a given that shoes left your feet at the doorway.