Frame Folio Bicycle Portfolio by Hard Graft

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

Can you remain a classy gentleman while bicycling? It depends. Are there baseball cards between your spokes? If not, you’ve got a chance.

And you can boost those chances with the Frame Folio by Hard Graft. This is a stylish way to keep your documents or tablet safe and sound while whisking through traffic, and still look damn good in the process. Made from vegetable-tanned Italian leather with “skilled workmen applying natural coloring made from tree bark,” the Frame Folio is designed to hang from the top tube of the bike’s frame, storing your small mobile devices, books, magazines, papers, and yeah, maybe those baseball cards. Once you get to your destination, the straps turn into a handle, or you can wrap them around the bag. [Purchase]

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