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"Gone To Carolina" Leather Luggage Tag

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$16.00

"Gone To Carolina" Leather Luggage Tag

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$16
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$16

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Proclaim your love for North Carolina to fellow explorers with our leather luggage tag. Imprinted with our exclusive "Gone to Carolina" design and handmade in North Carolina, you'll be glad to see this piece of home adorning your suitcase at the baggage claim. 

Our State exclusive. Made in North Carolina.

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Meet the Maker

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Gabriel Hargett always enjoyed building and creating things, and, in 2009, he founded Oowee Products in Asheville with the goals of producing sustainable American-made products and giving back to his community. North Carolina is historically a manufacturing state, and part of Oowee’s mission is to bring back North Carolina-made products that are built to last. They partner with the Autism Society of North Carolina and employ adults on the autism spectrum to assemble their products, which combine traditional leather working techniques with modern technology and production methods.

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Specifications

  • Length: 8"
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Materials: 100% full grain leather
  • Care instructions: Clean lightly with soapy water as needed. Leather will naturally darken slightly with use.
  • Made in North Carolina

Specifications

  • Length: 8"
  • Width: 2.75"
  • Materials: 100% full grain leather
  • Care instructions: Clean lightly with soapy water as needed. Leather will naturally darken slightly with use.
  • Made in North Carolina

Meet the Maker

Gabriel Hargett always enjoyed building and creating things, and, in 2009, he founded Oowee Products in Asheville with the goals of producing sustainable American-made products and giving back to his community. North Carolina is historically a manufacturing state, and part of Oowee’s mission is to bring back North Carolina-made products that are built to last. They partner with the Autism Society of North Carolina and employ adults on the autism spectrum to assemble their products, which combine traditional leather working techniques with modern technology and production methods.