The Goods Leather Accessories

Everyday carry is something that preoccupies a lot of our thinking here at Coolector and we’re forever on the hunt for cool new brands that offer all your EDC essentials such as wallets, bags, portfolios and phone cases. That leads us nicely onto Los Angeles based brand, The Goods, who boast a mighty cool line up of EDC that any man is going to appreciate and if you’re looking for new bits and pieces as we speak, look no further, sir.

The Goods are committed to design and craft products that they create to be distinctive in each and every detail of their construction. As a team of engineers, designers, and craftsmen, The Goods are dedicated to delivering customers all the everyday essentials that they crave and ensure all their excellent looking wares are both wonderfully functional and aesthetically minimal in design.

Check out some of the best pieces of EDC from the guys at The Goods below:

The Goods Hit Wallet – $80

Boasting a subtle snakeskin design, The Hit Wallet from The Goods is an understated and minimalistic wallet to add to your line up of EDC. It is incredibly robust, slimline, and compact design, this cracking accessory from The Goods makes going on the road stress-free and lightweight but still makes it possible to carry all of your essential cards and cash. The Hit Wallet holds up to a preferred maximum of four cards, which is more than enough for most of us and all your paper cash (if, indeed, you still carry any around). A great, durable and minimalistic wallet perfect for any contemporary man. ($80)

The Goods The Crew Cord Taco – $25

Crafted from top quality, vegetable tanned leather, The Crew Cord Taco from The Goods is a must for anyone who carries around their headphones every day and has grown weary of the untangling process when you want to listen to your favourite tunes. This cracking little accessory is one of The Goods’ bestsellers, and an essential for the busy individual with discerning tastes in music and fashion. It will give your cords a sleek aesthetic while keeping them detangled and accessible at all times. A real win, win in our book. ($25)

The Goods The Shell Backpack – $300

As classy as they come, The Shell Backpack from The Goods definitely gets two thumbs up from us here at Coolector HQ. This stylish offering takes its design inspiration from the Japanese students’ hard shell backpacks, and The Goods crafted this adult version that doesn’t only carry school books but all your daily essentials, be that gym kit, laptops and anything in between. This uncompromising black leather pack is an everyday essential for work, class, meetings, or travels and boasts adjustable, ergonomic straps, hidden zipper compartment on inside strap and vegetable tanned cowhide leather, suede and canvas materials for a real tangible sense of quality. ($300)

The Goods The Flip Portfolio Case – $100

Carry your laptop around in style with this gloriously dapper The Flip Portfolio Case from The Goods that is a stylish and well-crafted as it gets. This eye-catching sleeve will keep your Macbook and documents looking fresh and out of harm’s way. It boasts an easy push and pull of the release clasp which will allow you to find convenience in taking out or storing away your laptop when you’re on the go. Made using the best materials and crafted exceptionally well, The Flip Portfolio from The Goods is one of our favourites from the brand here at The Coolector and if you’re the sort that takes your laptop out and about, this is a piece of EDC for you. ($100)

The Goods The Fix Dopp Bag – $150

Keep all your grooming gear in good order with this super cool The Fix Dopp Bag from The Goods that is versatile enough to carry all your daily grooming essentials. This top notch accessory lets you access your toiletry essentials conveniently and includes a premium zipper, waterproof canvas lining for damp circumstances, and a supplementary buckle to clip on one side for a hanging space or easy carry. A must for a streamlined grooming routine on the go. ($150)

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