Kenton Sorenson Leather Accessories
By: // May 24, 2010

Wisconsin native Kenton Sorenson cuts and sews each natural leather piece by hand in his workshop creating some nice leather accessories.

Transport Backpack
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Kenton makes each bag by hand from full grain leather that he vegetable tans and conditions himself. One bag takes up to 48 hours to complete. One of a kind. Retail $400

iPad Portfolio
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Each iPad Portfolio is oiled and conditioned with beeswax and finished with a heavy linen thread side stitch. Kenton’s 4oz leather strap closure combines form and function. The strap can be wrapped around to keep the portfolio open while in use, or looped to a close. Retail $140

Leather Belt Veg. Tanned
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These vegetable tanned leather belts are cut from 10oz leather and are finished with a solid brass buckle. Like his dopp kits, these belts will develop a golden brown color with consistent wear. Retail $130

Passport Wallet
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Perfect for holding your passport, credit cards, business cards, cash, small notebook, and pen this mid-sized wallet is intended to be kept in you jacket pocket but can be slid into the back pocket of your jeans. Retail $110

15 inch Laptop Portfolio
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Kenton’s signature strap closure allows the portfolio to expand to comfortably to fit a laptop, magazine, and paper work. Kenton’s hand conditioned vegetable tanned natural leather will become golden brown with consistent use and will last a lifetime. Retail $225

All leather items are available online at Context

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