Stand tall and walk to work in confidence when you carry a brown leather briefcase, symbolizing your promptness, preparedness, and passion for getting the job done. If you’re the type of guy who prefers bare bones, no nonsense pieces that let you focus on the road ahead, a simple brown leather briefcase like our Roosevelt Buffalo Leather Briefcase Bag will do. It’s beautiful brown finish and natural, full-grain water buffalo leather matches any dress attire perfectly. This neutral-colored piece features a sturdy handle and strap that allows you to carry it any way you prefer, and comes equipped with interior and exterior compartments for secure storage. Looking for a brown leather briefcase that’s a bit more robust? Shop our rough and tumble Roosevelt Buffalo Leather Pilot Bag — it’s ready for any adventure you can dream up with four buckled exterior pockets and a roomy interior. Looking for other great bags that you can bring to work? Check out our collection of leather messenger bags.
Step Up Your Organization with a Brown Leather Briefcase
Staying organized and focused is the key to success. Each brown leather briefcase has multiple pockets and enclosures for all of your workday essentials, but sometimes you need a little bit of extra room to store your items. Explore our full suite of leather dopp kits for a small, convenient bag that can store travel-size toiletry items, technology essentials, or other last-minute things you’d rather not toss in a bag and risk losing. Or, browse our leather office accessories for rustic, on-trend pieces that will keep your desk tidy and in working order. Want to pair your brown leather briefcase with a leather wallet or money clip? Find the one that best matches your briefcase for a put-together look that shouts organization—no more crumpling up some dollar bills and stuffing them in your pockets.
How to Care For Your Brown Leather Briefcase
Maintain the look and feel of your brown leather briefcase with our suite of leather care products. Start by using a cleaner to remove any surface stains or dirt, and then gently apply conditioner to restore and protect your piece. If you’re heading to work with your brown leather briefcase and it starts to rain, find out what your next steps are by reading our blog article “What To Do When Leather Gets Wet.” Or, discover some helpful tips on how to stretch leather straps if you notice they’re too short for your liking. To get a general sense of how to care for all of your leather pieces, follow our four simple steps and you’ll be able to easily preserve an heirloom-worthy piece.