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The No. 25 Briefcase

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The No 25 Briefcase is formed of aircraft grade aluminum, covered in full grain leather and made entirely by hand to maintain quality and precision.  It’s rigid outer shell and patented design provide outstanding protection for its contents, while it’s classic lines and quality components create a definitive statement accessory for any discerning gentleman.

The leather used on the No 25 briefcase is created by Horween Leather Company.  Its solid brass hardware blends seamlessly onto the case, accenting the clean lines and structure while providing durability and strength.  
Lined with high density foam for increased protection, the entire interior is constructed of fine suede with 100% silk lining and leather trim.
  • 1 large slip in compartment that fits up to a 15” laptop
  • 2 large document compartments
  • 2 medium size slip in pockets
  • 2 extra wide pen pockets
  • 3 card holders
  • 1 zip pocket with silk lining

Dimensions:  17” width x 12” height x 4” depth
Weight: 4 lbs. and 5 oz.

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