Custom Leather Padfolio with 8 Free Monogrammed Letters
This Large Boot Leather* Portfolio is a handmade in Maine leather portfolio featuring an inner sleeve for loose paper, a business card holder, writing utensil holder and letter size pad holder sleeve.
OPTIONAL: Enter up 8 letters (no numbers) you would like to have heat embossed to the bottom right front corner.
Example of Monogrammed Letters Pictured
Easily refillable with 8.5"x11.75" letter sized pads.
The vintage leathers featured are USA sourced two toned pull-up boot leather which when manipulated shows a lighter color bursting through the top cast color. This boot leather is Maine tough! Healed range marks may also may visible which are natural healed scratches from walking the range.
This specific leather is designed for a rustic look and will break in with lots of character to show wear.
Hashtag Logo Heat embossed under pad in bottom right corner when opened.
Each portfolio includes one 50 page notepad .
*Made from leather designed for boots - Not Repurposed :)
The final product is proudly Made in the USA and Made in Maine. *Note: Pen not included.
Measurements while open: Approximately 12.5"x20"
Hashtag Leatherworks is a Veteran owned company.
Although most leather gets better with age, you may clean your leather from time to time. A lightly wet cloth/t-shirt is the best method, and the leather should then be air dried. Polishes are used to improve shine (sometimes add color) whereas conditioners are used to rehydrate your leather and protect you leather from drying out and cracking. In either case, if you choose to use a leather product make sure to do your research and read product labels for likely outcomes. ALWAYS test a small section of your leather prior to use. *Hashtag Leatherworks, LLC is not responsible for the results of leather products being applied by a customer.
Try to avoid excessive cold which can cause a ghosting/opaqueness appearance on the finish and avoid excessive heat which can cause color transfer of waxes and oils to another object while hot. In both situations bring leather back to a room temperature and wipe with a dry cloth if necessary. Be mindful of the weather and try to avoid your leather getting excessively wet. If it does get wet, try to dry it at room temperature. Leather needs to breath so it does not rot or mildew. If storing your product, consider a breathable, low nap, fabric bag or household item such as a pillowcase.