Individual components of the bag are cut using a die and hydraulic press then secured in a jig and are stitched by American workers using American-made thread. Latches are hot-forged, one of the oldest known metalworking processes. This method was selected because it delivers metal that is stronger than cast or machined metal parts.
The Garage Leathers’ latch is load tested at 3,000 lbs. It is then brass or nickel-plated, which provides an antique-style finish and complements the warm tone of the black or brown leather. Check out the style and models offered by visiting Garage Leathers.