June 1, 2017

Written by

Chris Gonzales


Bexar Goods Co.

Whatever it is you like to carry each day, you can always add an extra touch of class with some handsome leather accessories.

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  1. Twelve South BookBook for iPad Pro ($80 for 9.7″ version, $100 for 12.9″ version)

    What looks like a large vintage book on the outside is actually a protective leather case that holds an iPad Pro and allows you to display it at multiple angles while open.

  2. Pad & Quill’s leather grip for Apple Pencil. ($60)

    A two-piece leather grip for Apple Pencil grip made from full-grain American steer hide leather with parachute-grade nylon stitching. It offers not only a sturdy, tacticle grip, but also keeps the Apple Pencil from rolling away thanks to the upper portion’s built-in stainless steel pen clip.

    (Note: The BookBook case above has a built-in slot for Apple Pencil, but the Pad & Quill grip won’t necessarily fit into it.)

  3. Trayvax Element Wallet. ($80–$85, depending on model)

    A money clip comprised of a bead-blasted stainless steel plate with a 5oz top-grain leather sleeve wrapped around it, all secured together with MIL-SPEC Type II paracord.

  4. Convoy Co. leather key fob. ($8, three colors available)

    While this key fob doesn’t have much practical use, it sure makes your key ring look good — adding a small touch of class without screaming, Look at me!

  5. Bexar Goods Co. leather strap for Apple Watch. ($130–$195, depending on model)

    Made from 4oz. American Bridle leather and hand-sewn with a poly-blend cording, with strap hardware finished in your choice of space grey, aluminum, or stainless steel. Includes lugs designed to easily slide the strap onto the watch.

For more everyday carry inspiration, check out the rest of our EDC guides here.