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Arrow Keychain, Black/Copper

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COLOR black
DIMENSIONS 8"L x 1.6"W x 1.6"H
MADE IN USA
MADE OF bison leather; hardware, copper/Kevlar
SKU 77079129
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Apr 29 - May 02
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Parabellum works with a domestic, family-owned micro-tannery where age-old artisan techniques bring out the radiance and beauty of their densely textured bison leather. After tanning, the leather is colored in small batches using old-world dyeing barrels. All products are primarily crafted from the American Bison, which is indigenous to North America. The leather comes from free-range American Bison ranches where the animals live organically, wander freely, and are humanely treated throughout their lives. Only mature bison hides that are a byproduct of the meat industry are used in Parabellum products. Each hide is carefully selected and treated in the micro-tannery before being meticulously crafted in the Parabellum Los Angeles workshop into durable, unique pieces that last a lifetime and only get better with age.
Why we love this

Handcrafted of bison leather and whip-stitched to resemble an arrow's fletchings, this richly detailed keychain features copper hardware and Kevlar reinforcement for durability and shape.

About the Brand
Parabellum works with a domestic, family-owned micro-tannery where age-old artisan techniques bring out the radiance and beauty of their densely textured bison leather. After tanning, the leather is colored in small batches using old-world dyeing barrels. All products are primarily crafted from the American Bison, which is indigenous to North America. The leather comes from free-range American Bison ranches where the animals live organically, wander freely, and are humanely treated throughout their lives. Only mature bison hides that are a byproduct of the meat industry are used in Parabellum products. Each hide is carefully selected and treated in the micro-tannery before being meticulously crafted in the Parabellum Los Angeles workshop into durable, unique pieces that last a lifetime and only get better with age.