First look at the ColsenKeane 4313 Minimalistic Satchel

I n my search for the ultimate lifetime bag, I came across a new addition to my collection: The ColsenKeane 4313 Minimalistic Satchel in Crazy Horse Leather. In a world where everything is mass manufactured in some off-shore location by assembly line factory workers, ColsenKeane is truly a throwback in time of old-timer leather craftsmen.Continue reading “First look at the ColsenKeane 4313 Minimalistic Satchel”

Breaking in a Saddleback Briefcase

W hen I got my Saddleback Briefcase, I went on a process to break it in so that it’s more manageable as an every day bag. Out of the box, Saddleback products are beautiful but very stiff. My last bag, the messenger, took a solid two years to break in. I’m hoping to accelerate theContinue reading “Breaking in a Saddleback Briefcase”

Switching to the Saddleback Briefcase from the Messenger

I like things that last a long time and age well. There’s something about owning something for so long and seeing that story in the scuffs and patina of the object. It also teaches you something about patience. Natural patina takes time. The wear and tear of every day life adds to the story. OfContinue reading “Switching to the Saddleback Briefcase from the Messenger”

One week in with the Apple Watch and I’m a believer

There’s something about jumping into a first edition product. In 2007, it was iPhone and 2010 was iPad. I’ve now added Apple Watch to the mix of devices. As with all first generation products, there’s a lot of kinks to be worked out and features and functionality to be developed. Lets talk about the ecosystem ofContinue reading “One week in with the Apple Watch and I’m a believer”