Coach briefcases

Combining style with functionality

Coach Briefcases

The company Coach was established almost 45 years ago. In the 1960s Coach introduced twelve simple designs to market and sell bags. The bags were sophisticated, well-shaped with good proportions and considered classic in style.

Throughout the years, Coach has added many new designs using creative shapes and innovative ideas. Each collection remains true to their original foundations of classic style using a variety of new fabrics.

Each bag combines a good balance between style and practicality. The sizes, shapes, pockets, straps and materials are considered very carefully to provide a result of beauty and comfort with convenience.

All luggage has double-stitching where required giving added strength and durability and the consistency of color and texture is achieved by making the inside pockets, handle straps and interior bound edges from the same leather. The leather used is selected from only the top ten percentile, judged on their strength, character and quality of grain. Each Coach product made from leather is as unique as a fingerprint following a slow curing method that is used to bring out the natural beauty of the leather.

Styles & Functions

Coach briefcases come in many different styles and have a few different functions. The functions such as computer carrying cases and business paper briefcases are most commonly dependent on their size. The standard size briefcase used for regular commuters carrying documents and paperwork features an interior organizer panel for cell phones and stationary so is able to carry a few business accessories too. The case has two inside zip pockets for a little secure closure and four multi-function pockets for pens, pencils and perhaps cards and alike. The shoulder strap is adjustable and detachable which is both versatile and practical. This case retails at around $330 so it might be worth looking around the internet to find the right price.

If you are having to frequently take your laptop to and from the office working outside hours, the 'Connor Brief' may be the briefcase for you. It carries a notebook or laptop with other accessories securely with padded zipper compartments. It has two gusseted multi-function pockets at the front and with a card holder and stationary pockets it is a little more expensive at around $500. The handle is weather resistant and padded for comfort and takes a small security measure with hidden push locks on its front buckle tab closures. It comes in black leather with all nickel hardware throughout.

If you are looking for a briefcase that is more contemporary in design and will suit your metro lifestyle a little more aptly, then the 'Coach Metro Transit Briefcase' will be the business luggage of choice for you. It measures at 16 inches by 11.5 inches and so will be large enough for a laptop and comes with compartments for computer software such as floppy disks. It is made from weather resistant leather and has all the usual features such as detachable carrying straps and zip pockets. With a split key ring and two large open compartments it is a versatile briefcase that has urban appeal.

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