Indigo Collection | Gradient-Dyed Dopp Kit

  • The Indigo Collection

    Our experiments with natural indigo dye and leather continue with the fourth batch of the Indigo Collection.

    We hand-dye each piece with real, natural indigo dye using proprietary methods, resulting in that unmistakable, beautifully textured, unparalleled indigo blue. Each piece is truly unique and a one-of-a-kind in it's own right.

    These pieces are dyed in small batches in limited quantities. Please see the "Leather info" tab for more information on the leather and the dying process as well as this blog post.


    Please note:

    • While we've taken care to remove excess indigo and seal the dye in, the indigo will crock, much like your favorite pair of raw jeans. The crocking will subdue with use. Please be mindful of staining lighter colored objects.
    • Each batch is field-tested with a product sample to ensure quality standards are met. However, this process is uncharted and highly experimental so results may vary.
    • Our Dopp Kit in natural veg tan, gradient dip-dyed in natural indigo
    • Wraparound strap with snap button closure
    • Carry handle
    • Side panel flaps keep all your belongings safe and secure
    • Approximately 9 1/4" L x 4 1/2" W x 3 1/4" H

    Please note: The leather has been lightly oiled but veg tan will still be susceptible to moisture and will collect water stains. Used as a Dopp Kit, we mean for this to become part of the character, uniquely aging specific to it's user.

  • INDIGO

    Indigo is one of the oldest dyes and has an extensive history that spans countries, cultures, and eras. Natural indigo dye is derived from plants—primarily from the genus Indigofera—and uses a living fermentation process to convert the leaves into indigotin (indigo dye) and again to activate and dissolve the dye in water.

    All products in the indigo collection have been dyed using this ancient process.

    VEG TAN
    Vegetable Tanned Leather (Veg Tan, Bark Tan) - Refers to leather that has been tanned using tannin and other ingredients found in tree bark and other vegetable matter. This method of tanning has been in existence for thousands of years. Left un-dyed (natural), this leather will age in color dramatically, specific to it's owner's use. This makes for a very personal product that will evolve along with you. Natural veg tan leather darkens with exposure to sun, natural oils (animal oils applied to condition, oil from your hands, etc), and water.

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