Los Angeles label Parabellum has launched a new line of Bison Hide and Kevlar Laptop and iPad Cases. Parabellum has set their sights high to offer the absolute best in high-quality and long-lasting accessories. With a focus on re-visiting the old artisan techniques that have seemingly gone the way-side in favor of mass-market production, each piece from Parabellum starts with the finest of materials including Reservation Bison leathers, lamb skin, military grade ceramic and kevlar.
The Laptop Case for $980 is designed for safe and luxurious storage and transit of either a 15″ or 17″ laptop. That’s not just hype, the case is lined in pure cashmere, vintage 1940s dead stock cashmere from the UK. It’s made of deep textured Reservation Bison with leather and Kevlar reinforcements and features a carrying strap, super smooth zipper and a ceramic covered snap lock. Each piece is individually numbered for authenticity.
The bison hides are tanned in small batches using the same methods perfected by America’s first artisans. Natural vegetable-tanned lambskins complement the more rugged beauty of the bison, while laser-edged military-grade ceramic hardware adds style and strength. The Parabellum accessories get added durability with a tough Kevlar lining.
The iPad case for $600 is also made of deep textured Reservation Bison with a lambskin liner, dual ceramic covered snap locks, Kevlar reinforcements and reinforced, elastic and leather corner holders on the back. Each one is also individually numbered for authenticity.
Parabellum’s Bison and Kevlar Laptop and iPad Cases are available at Maxfield and Union in Los Angeles, The Webster in Miami and Colette in Paris.