Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag
Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag
Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag
Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag
Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag
Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag

Service Member Edition (AR670-1 Compliant) - Black Leather Crossbody Bag

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Sword & Plough is thrilled to release a Service Member Edition of the new Black Leather Crossbody Bag! The versatile handbag offers a truly unique blend of functionality and minimalist beauty and is made from soft, rich U.S. sourced leather and lined with military surplus woodland camouflage fabric.  

This special edition bag features the Sword & Plough logo on the inside of the bag, which makes this all-black bag U.S. military regulation compliant. Whether you are a service member looking for an AR670-1 compliant bag to wear with your dress uniform for your next dining-out function, or someone who prefers accessories free of logos, this classic bag will serve you well!

This bag is hand crafted by a veteran-owned manufacturer in Florida, furthering our commitment to support veteran employment and the Made in America manufacturing movement!

  • + Crossbody is hand crafted in FL by U.S. Army Veteran
  • + Leather and chain strap handmade in CO by military spouses
  • + Soft, genuine leather sourced from the S.B. Foot tannery in Minnesota
  • + Woodland camo twill liner sourced from U.S. Army surplus
  • + Luxury gold zipper from California based UCAN Zippers

    Base Dimensions (Height x Width x Length): 7" x 10" x 2.5"

    Exterior Zippered Pocket Dimensions(Width x Height): 8" x 5.5"

    Strap Length: 44"

    Meet the Maker:

    This bag was produced in collaboration with veteran leather craftsman, Tim Kennedy. Tim is a U.S. Army Vietnam vet who started making leather goods over forty-five years ago, honing his creativity and skills while living in the back room of a leather repair shop. He and his wife Esther now run a small leather workshop in Florida.