The Innata leather plaid holder will be the ideal travel companion for your Innata alpaca plaids.
If we decided to work with European leather, it is so that our traceability is as complete as possible. However, the traceability of our leathers is done up to the tanning site. It is therefore our French tanners who guarantee the European origin of the hide.
Passionate and demanding craftsmen patiently make this plaid holder. It can therefore last a lifetime if you know how to take care of it. Living matter, leather evolves, softens and skates over time.
We only use full grain leathers. They are worked in such a way as to reveal their grain and their natural characteristics: wrinkles, veins and pores. Far from being imperfections, these shades indicate a great “transparency” of the skin. They are proof of quality and proof of its ability to age well.
The Innata leather plaid holder is available in 3 colors: camel, orange and dark gray.
New from the brand, this small plaid holder is very easy to transport. Its adjustable handles allow you to best adjust your accessory.
Simple and refined, its design highlights all the richness and uniqueness of the noble and natural materials that are alpaca and leather.
This very practical and light plaid holder measures 29 cm wide, 12 cm high and 12 cm in diameter.
Depending on the color of the plaid holder, the weight varies from 60 to 80 grams, due to the variation in density of the leather used.
To help you make your leather object a faithful and reliable companion over the years, we invite you to read these few usage tips carefully:
Protect the leather plaid holder from the weather
Leather is sensitive to natural elements: water, grease, heat, light, excess humidity or dryness. Protect it from any prolonged exposure to intense light or heat (direct sun, behind a bay window, on a radiator, etc.), which would alter its color. In case of contact with water, wipe it off immediately with a soft, lint-free cloth. This will prevent the formation of drying marks or blisters.
Avoid bad encounters
Certain materials can mark leather indelibly: ink (felt-tip pens and pens), oily products (makeup and lipstick), perfume or alcoholic products. Likewise, repeated contact with raw or dark-colored textiles may affect the lighter leathers. Finally, its shape will remain intact if you spare it overloads or unsuitable content