Sewing machines cannot reproduce hand stitching

We're not crafting by hands for the sake of being "hip" or called artisans.

Saddle stitching is a rugged hand sewing technique that doesn't unravel (like the seams on most clothes). Combining a thick thread with a traditional stitching, our stuff doesn't break (unless a polar bear chews on it).

Because to be perfectly honest: hand stitching sucks! It's impossible to mass produce - it takes forever to make a wallet - and at the end of the day your entire body aches!