Beargrass Leather -- Inspired by Montana, Crafted by Hand
The Notebook Cover by Beargrass Leather is made from premium bison leather. The black bison leather has a large pebble and a complementary tan suede side, full-grain (5 oz). The leather and saddle-stitching will last a lifetime. Carry it everywhere or keep it on your desk. Three hidden card pockets behind the notebook make for a perfect place to keep your business cards.
These covers have been hand-stitched in a medium brown polyester thread. The bison is tanned in the US and sold from a Maine company. Makes for a perfect present for men or women. Comes with free shipping and a complimentary notebook.
Product Measurements: Height: 9 1/2" / Width: 6 1/2" / Depth: 0.5"
Flat-rate $7 3-day priority shipping within the U.S. International shipping is based on the estimated package size and weight. Items typically ship within three business days.
Leather as a Natural Product:
Real, full-grain leather is a natural product. Each hide has a certain amount of “irregularities” which those in the leather business call “character.” Some hides even come with brand marks (which are awesome), nicks, bites, bumps, scars, and other awesome items of character. In the end, this is a sign that your leather is real, unadulterated, one of a kind, premium leather that will last for years.
Handmade in USA:
Every Beargrass Leather is crafted by either Samantha or Benjamin in scenic Montana.
For most Beargrass Leather products, we recommend Montana Pitch Blend for care and conditioning. Montana pitch blend performs two roles: conditioning and protection. The mink oil will soften the leather while the wax will help protect the leather from weather and wear. Montana Pitch Blend may darken leather, but most leather will darken over time.
Each product is tanned and dyed by the tannery. As any color or dye, it may rub off if vigorously rubbed or wetted. Over years of use, very few products have shown any rub-off of color. Nevertheless, the use of a good conditioner like Montana Pitch Blend may help. But in the meantime, use caution.