Premium Leather Bags Briefcases Wallets Purses Belts Unisex Collection Launched

Online store Bag Beats has launched a well-stocked selection of premium leather accessories. The store specializes in offering fashionable genuine leather products at affordable prices.

Greensboro, United States - March 14, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Online store Bag Beats has launched a collection of premium leather fashion products. The company specializes in offering premium leather products at affordable prices.

More information can be found here:

The site has a huge selection of premium leather accessories for men and women, including backpacks, briefcases, bags, purses, belts, wallets, gloves, shoes, boots and outerwear. The store’s collection is constantly updated with new, fashionable men’s women’s and unisex collections.

Women’s leather bags come in various popular styles including messenger, cross body, handbags, shoulder bags, drawstring and many more. The store stocks high-end brands such as Realer, Cobbler Legend, Bolish and Sendefn.

The well-stocked men’s section includes cowhide messenger bags, genuine leather briefcases, money clips, wallets, belts and much more. The store stocks many popular men’s leather brands including HDNYK, Flying Art, San Vitale, ShunvBasha and Qian Xi Lu.

Men’s belts come in various styles with a large selection of different buckles to suit any style. Bold buckle designs include wolves, tigers, panthers, skulls and eagles. Simple, classic designs are also available to suit subtler styles.

Women’s wallet options include genuine pink leather phone case and wallet combos, leather zip wallets, hollow out patterns, elegant dull polish leather pieces, day clutches, cat designs, cowhide buckle leather wallets in designer brands such as Teal, Free Year, Borne Fly, Weicken, Ruifei and more.

The store is well stocked with stylish, unisex backpacks to suit any style or budget. Styles include vintage genuine leather backpacks, waterproof Oxford USB charging backpacks, laptop carriers, student backpacks, military-style, canvas, anti-theft backpacks and many more.

The company wants its customers to know that just because they’re on a budget, doesn’t mean that can’t look fashionable with high quality, premium leather accessories. They also offer a no-hassle 30-day return policy plus free shipping on applicable products. Interested parties can find information and place orders at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Kevin Kimsel
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bag Beats
Address: 2476 Joseph M Bryan Boulevard, Greensboro, North Carolina 27410, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 492607

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