Personalizations - Branded Initals Made in the U.S.A.

Branded Initials
Each CRB bag is made to order. Our new design and crafting process usually takes 7 – 14 business days. There is nothing like having an American bag that’s hand made just for you.



Adding a personalization tag to one of Copper River Bags products adds a touch of refinement and taste. Each personalization tag comes on a high quality leather strip. The letters/numbers are branded into the leather with deep indentations. The personalization tag is placed on the location of the leather product that you request. The personalization can be a combination of any five letters or numbers, but we can add more with a special request. Use first name, initials, last name, nick name, to add a personal touch to any leather item.

When we set our apart with unique touches like personalization it overlaps into other parts of our lives. It projects an image of professionalism, mindfulness and style by just adding a strip of leather. It also helps identity a leather bag in the occasion it may be misplaced or lost. Practical, stylish and fun, personalize your Copper River Bags product today.

Up to 5 Letters or Numbers(If more are needed please email us with your request)

Please check all spelling ( ***No refunds on customizations*** )






We believe in our leather, thread and craftsmanship so strongly that we warranty every one of our Leather Bags against defects in workmanship for 100 years. Please note: Your bag is made using the best full grain leathers available. Leather holds it's own character and no two bags are the exact same. Even the color can be different like the different shares of hair color in a group of people. Each an every leather hide is inspected for defects prior to cutting and every bag is inspected post production. The marks, scars, color variations and abrasions you may see on your bag are natures beauty marks NOT defects. This is what give a Copper River Bag that WOW factor and why you will be complemented on your bag by strangers everyday.
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