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The Best Leather Field Bag for Authors, Filmmakers, and Artists
The Leather Messenger Bag designed for Bestseller Author Obi Kaufmann
American made Leather Travel Bags for Men who Travel the World
Sourcing salvaged leather, Kámen Road releases the Coyote Thunder Field Bag made for the bestselling author of The California Field Atlas.
Coyote Thunder Field Bag

Coyote Thunder Field Bag

Regular price $450.00
Unit price  per 

Made in salvaged, vegetable tanned leather, this sturdy and durable field bag was made for the Bay Area naturalist and artist Obi Kaufmann, the award-winning author of The California Field Atlas. The book itself was the inspiration behind the project after the founder of Kámen Road bought a copy of the book and contacted Obi to discuss an artistic collaboration.

What resulted was the creation of the Coyote Thunder Field Bag with a portion of the sales going to Obi's selected non-profit The Wilderness Society.

A signed copy of The California Field Atlas is offered as a gift with purchase.  

Our Commitment

We are committed to the principles and practices of sustainable business and slow fashion as an American travel and work bag collection. We source natural materials with fair trade partners. Each piece is inspected for quality.


  • Made from salvaged, vegetable-tanned leather
  • 13.5" L x 12" H x 4" W 
  • Interior full length leather pocket
  • Interior 6" pocket w/ 3 additional pockets sewn to outside
  • Strap drop length - 25" - 27.5"
  • Strap length 50" - 56"
  • Strap width - 1.5"
  • Adjustable 1" increments on strap
  • Copper rivet and burrs
  • Copper buckle made in the USA
  • Wood hardware - removable for repairs and custom
  • Double stitching detail on back 
  • Made in the USA

Photo Credits: Juan Pablo Ramirez, Thomas J. Story, and Ron Fernandez Photography