Aeta Tote L PG05
Aeta is derived from the Japanese word "encounter". The moniker expresses the brand's view that their fine leather goods are the result of many meaningful, irreplaceable encounters that bring their products to life. Aeta's production line is shared between Japan and Bangladesh: their cow hide bags designed in Japan then produced in Bangladesh, and their deer skin products are made entirely in Japan. Aeta discovered the highly skilled leather craftsmen of Bangladesh and found they were exceptional at producing fine cow leather of varying pliability. Aeta bags feel remarkably supple, draping similarly to clothing while also being highly structured with straight simple lines and flat pressed handles. Their bags use a mixture of tanned leather malleable like fabric, as well as un-treated, un-dyed leather called crust. Despite the two types of leather looking and feeling so different, both comes from the same source and are used in tandem for the beautiful construction of Aeta's luxury bags. In a word, it is an "encounter" of different materials and varied methods - the very foundation of Aeta.
10'' (L) x 5'' (W) x 14'' (H)