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Aesther Ekme Saddle Hobo - Black

$ 565
Aesther Ekme Saddle Hobo. Black leather structured bag with magnetic closure and adjustable strap to be worn as a cross-body or shoulder bag.

• 100% calfskin
• Dust bag included
• Made in Turkey

Size & Fit 
• Shoulder strap 44"
• Bag measurements 12"H x13"W x 4"D

Continental US
Ground (1-5 Business Days): $10
2-day (2 Business Days): $25
Next Day (1 Business Day): $50
FREE ground shipping for orders $200+

NYC Clients
Pick up in Brooklyn Store: Free
NYC Messenger Service (1–3 Hours): $20

International
Canada (5-7 Business Days): $25
Rest of World (5-10 Business Days): Calculated at Checkout

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We are extending our return policy for the Holidays! Items purchased between Dec 8 and Dec 23rd from USA or Canada can be returned by Jan 5 for exchange or store credit.

A return form will be included with your order. Full price purchases are eligible for a refund, one-time exchange or store credit. Sale purchases are eligible for a one-time exchange or store credit, if not marked 'Final Sale'. International purchases and Final Sale and Areaware items are not eligible for return.

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 Copenhagen, Denmark Aesther Ekme creates high-quality modern leather accessories. The brand focuses on clean, minimal bags that compliment the wearer rather than competing. All bags are made from high quality leathers using understated hardware. The word ‘Ekme’ can be translated from Crimean to describe a traditional shoulder bag, whilst ‘Aesther’ derives from classicism. Together the name reads as ‘classic bags’.