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Pad & Quill jump on the Apple iPad Pro case bandwagon with the Oxford Leather – a clever blend of functionality and style. The luxurious folio tablet case is crafted from a single piece of American full-grain bridle leather, delivering not only outstanding protective capabilities, but stunning looks as well. Despite providing great all-round protection, the case remains slim and doesn’t add unnecessary bulk to the device. On the inside there’s a small document pocket, which is also a great place to store the Apple Pencil. The tablet is secured via clean release adhesive, and the case delivers more functionality through a convenient kickstand. A narrow elastic strap lock makes sure the case stays closed during travel.

About Pad & Quill:

As a couple, when we entered the world of e-commerce and begin hearing from various consultants the conversation eventually leads to dropping the name of “a guy” they have overseas who can mass produce our product with ok materials and pseudo craftsmanship, while guaranteeing great margins. There is a prolific market for cheap crap, as non discerning consumers push for more and more. While business can be built within this paradigm, it’s not building with impunity.

At Pad & Quill, we don’t merely want to shift the paradigm, we mean to blow it up. We don’t think the market needs another purveyor of cheap crap. Quite the opposite. We think there are folks out there who have the same sense of awe as we do when they behold a beautiful thing. Who marvel at how a handful of seeds can become a majestic stand of Baltic Birch, that are then transformed, in artisan hands, into a gorgeous, organic product. There are friends who share our sense of adventure and love to have a bag they pull from their closet with 15 years of travel written upon it, and miles to go. Pad and Quill products will never resemble a trinket pulled from a fast food bag. Our products will excite your senses, carry your dreams and inspire your sense of authenticity.

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