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Tailfeather Leather Goods

Classic silhouettes drawing inspiration from the Australian bush, crafted by hand with premium materials

by Graham Hiemstra
on 27 January 2015
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Drawing inspiration from Australia's storied landscape, Tailfeather was founded in 2010 by a husband and wife team with the simple goal of creating timeless, well-crafted leather goods. With their recent workshop move from Tallarook to the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, the still relatively young brand continues to impress with the introduction of new silhouettes. While the luxe backpacks are sure to catch an eye, we've been most drawn to the smaller designs—specifically, the New Holland wallet and Emu Loop camera strap.

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The New Holland wallet in camo is both distinct and subdued, with enough room for the essentials and little more. Exposed stitching on one end makes clear the object's handmade nature, while the embossed camouflage design gives literal and figurative dimension. The Emu Loop on the other hand is a simple wrist-strap for schlepping small point-and-shoots or even lightweight DSLRs. The quality grain leather strap attaches at the camera's tripod mount with a leather washer-backed base screw. Plus, the brass clasp makes for easy on and off.

Visit Tailfeather online for more information on the stylish wallet and camera strap, which sell for $110 and $45 AUD respectively. Be sure to browse all the other products—from belts to backpacks—too.

Images courtesy of Tailfeather

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