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