Brief Product Information
From France. The »Carnier« is the traditional bag used by the country folk of Provençe. Formerly used as a cool bag to keep food and drink fresh for longer periods, it is made of strong, breathable leather. Today, the only saddler still making them, a leather craftsman from Flayosc, claims that they are used as hiking bags and are appreciated particularly by photographers because of the number of pockets. The thick but incredibly supple sheepskin is a variant of the famous bark tanned Moroccan leather; only the base and straps are made from stiffer cowhide, approx. 3 mm thick.
The base is sewn in using waxed linen yarn, all other seams are saddle-stitched. 40 x 16 x 28 cm.
Weight 1.3 kg.