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What to Look for in a Briefcase

Posted by Bryan on 4/8/2013 to Business/Workbags
When you are looking for a high-quality briefcase, there are a few factors you should keep in mind. Go for a high quality briefcase made with real leather. If cared for properly, real leather will last a lifetime. They are sturdy, they look great and they can really take a beating. Despite costing more than a fake leather briefcase, a briefcase made of real leather will pay for itself with longevity.

You should be ready to shell up $300-$500 for a high-quality leather briefcase. At that price point, you are going to find briefcases with reinforced handles, strong fixtures and leather that can stand up to the dangers of travel.

Briefcases in brown and black are the most popular among men. Black and brown shades work well with most business attire. They look professional and will hide any dirt or scuff marks. The dark colors will keep the briefcase looking clean and sharp.

The Classic-Style Brown Leather Satchel Briefcase is an excellent choice if you are looking for a high quality and useful briefcase. It is made of genuine leather and is offered at an affordable price. It has a great look and feel to it. It weighs in at a mere 3.5 lbs. and has a spacious but compact build. Its measurements and satchel design makes it ideal for carrying far distances.

This is particularly useful for air travel. You can carry it over your shoulder when you are running from gate to gate and slide it under your chair when you are seated on the plane. It also has zip pockets for extra storage and sturdy handles, which prevents damage and extends the life of the briefcase.
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