Musette bag crafted by Bleu de Chauffe in a workshop in Millau, France from vegetable-tanned suede sourced in Europe. Inspired by vintage fishing bags, with an internal pocket. Finished with a concealed press stud and magnetic fastening beneath the buckled tab for easy access.
The artisans date and sign each bag. The leather tanneries Bleu de Chauffe works with treat the water they use during the organic tanning process, purifying it to reduce impact on the environment.
Supple suede. Adjustable, detachable strap. Buckled tab. Concealed press stud and magnetic fastening. Internal zipped pocket.
Vegetable tanned leather, cotton canvas internal pocket, magnetic fastening.
Made in France.
External dimensions: 26cm x 22cm x 8cm. Adjustable strap.
Delivery & Returns
Free standard delivery on full price orders over £125.
Standard Delivery: £3.00
Express Delivery: £5.00
Next Working Day Delivery: £7.00
Before 12pm Next Working Day Delivery: £13.00
Free returns (subject to our returns policy).
£3 returns charge on sale-only orders.
Please refer to our delivery & returns policies for more information.
Leather Care Guide
At TOAST, many of our shoes and accessories are made from natural leather. Each different type of leather has subtle variations in colour and texture, and many have been tanned using vegetable dyes – a more environmentally friendly process of tanning that is recyclable.
Leather is durable and hardwearing, and over time it develops a beautiful patina that darkens gradually.
Looking after your leather
Before exposure to moisture, you can apply a leather/suede protector to your shoes or boots (we recommend Scotchgard) to prevent rain marking the leather. However, many scuffs and marks can be renovated by polishing with the correct products - your footwear will look all the better for it.
Many of our shoes and boots are made with leather soles which provide a beautiful finish but may be a little slippery until they are well worn in. Do take extra care when walking, especially on stairs. Leather soles are a natural product and are porous in wet conditions. Leave wet shoes to dry naturally, never by artificial heat. The addition of a rubber sole and heel pieces by a cobbler will help extend the life of your leather soles and will provide extra protection.
When you’re not wearing your shoes or boots, fill them with tissue or newspaper to help keep their shape.
How to clean polished & matt leather
You can clean your polished leather with a neutral cream polish or a correctly matched traditional coloured polish. We recommend Kiwi shoe polish which comes in a range of colours. Apply with a soft brush and polish off with a different soft brush. A final shine can be given by buffing with a soft cloth.
Be sure to never use a polish on matt leather because you will make it shiny. Instead, we recommend using a saddle soap to clean your matt leather footwear. A good saddle soap is Belvoir Glycerine.
First, clean the footwear with a damp sponge to remove any dirt and allow to dry. When dry, take a very slightly damp sponge and rub it on the saddle soap to get a covering of very slightly soapy residue that you can then apply (if your sponge is too wet, the soap will get very foamy and the final effect will not be so good).
Always leave your leather to dry naturally.
A natural leather wax can be used on accessories to treat the leather and give it a burnished shine.