My name is Adam Hegstrom and I'm the Marketing Coordinator here at Will Leather Goods. I'm here today to tell you about the coolest experience I've had in my life. Growing up, I was into baseball. Not just kind of into it, I lived and breathed the sport; even though I was extremely mediocre at it. I think what I loved the most was the team aspect and the baseball community. Growing up playing Little League was incredible! Every weekend the local ballfields would be packed with all the kids from my city, and it seemed like the whole community would come out to watch, hangout, and enjoy a dog.
My baseball career ended my senior year of high school, but my love for the sport has lived on. After graduating college, I was approached by one of my buddies who played college ball at the University of Oregon with an unbelievable cool idea. Him and one of his coaches wanted to find a way to impact the lives of less fortunate kids around the world using baseball. Harmony World Projects was born from that idea. They approached me about a year ago with the idea and I was instantly locked in, and was brought on as the Marketing Director.
This summer from August 7th to August 14th, we made our inaugural trip to Roatan, Honduras, a small island roughly 30 miles off the coast. We did the best we could to prepare, but had every intention to go into it with an open mind and a willingness to make halftime adjustments. And honestly, once we got there, things fell perfectly into place and we were able to identify four pillars to focus on; athletics, health, education, and conservation.
Donating medical and dental supplies atClinica Esperanza
We ran baseball clinics at the Field of Dreams, the local ball field every night of the week and encouraged everyone to show up regardless of age or skill level. We were absolutely blown away by the response we got. The first night we had close to 40 kids show up ranging from 8-18 years old. We brought with us a bunch of donated cleats, gloves, bats and helmets which turned out to be essential as almost half the kids showed up ready to play barefoot. The camps ran great with no issues, with more and more kids showing up every night from all over the island. After talking with some of the dads/influential members of the community, it became clear that these kids were dying for stuff to do. It didn’t matter whether it was baseball, soccer, volleyball or a game of tag, they just wanted to play.
We ran the camps in the evenings to avoid the heat of the day. On average the temperature was around 98 degrees Fahrenheit with close to 90% humidity. During our down time, we hung out with the local Non-profit SOL (School of Life) International at their community center playing and interacting with the kids in their neighborhoods which was extremely eye opening. You go from being in a somewhat resorty area, to directly across the street where things feel extremely 3rd world.
Along the way I carried the Silas Backpack, Classic Passport Case, and the Tradesman Front Pocket Wallet. The Silas makes for the perfect flight companion as it is large enough to hold your laptop and other airport essentials, but small enough to conveniently slide underneath your seat on the plane for easy in-flight access (its all leather silhouette is also quite the conversation piece and was asked about it at every airport). The Classic Passport Case only made appearances when going through customs, but it was an amazing accessory for keeping my physical passport safe. I also found the internal pockets to be an awesome place to store my boarding pass, and customs forms so everything was in one place. The name says it all for the Tradesmen Front Pocket Wallet. It’s slim silhouette was perfect for carrying in my front pocket to help deter the chances of it being stolen.
All-in-all we could not have asked or anticipated for a better first trip! It was so refreshing to be with all these kids who despite their circumstances carried around a big smile and contagious spirit wherever they went. Never focusing on the things, they didn’t have, but rather finding the joy in the things they did. We have already started planning our next trip back, where we hope to install an official Little League where the kids can play together and compete.
Our lifetime guarantee is a warranty against defects in materials (leather and hardware such as snaps, zippers, buckles, rivets, etc.) and workmanship. Our leather, as with all natural materials, will occasionally have unique characteristics such as: small scars, creases and variations in the colors and are not considered defects. Validated warranty repairs are repaired or replaced at no charge.
Due to the nature of leather and vintage materials our warranty does not cover natural wear and tear from daily love. Worn edges or corners, natural fading and softening of materials is an expected occurrence. We guarantee the foundation of our product will hold your belongings safely. We find that patches and natural wear are a part of the story that unfolds as your product grows with you. One of a kind, Vintage and Found product may need to be patched or stitch due to the nature of vintage material. We charge between $35 and $75 depending on natural wear and tear or can recommend a local cobbler to expedite repair.
Exclusions and Limitations include shoes, hats, furniture, watches, jewelry, clothing, home goods, vintage product and FINAL SALE merchandise.
Maintain your favorite leather pieces regularly to ensure soft and supple leather. Leather can be cleaned and restored with a regimen of leather care products designed to clean, condition and protect. Leather Care can help maintain your product longer. Please see our Leather Care page for more information. We recommend conditioning your leather at a minimum of every 6 months. Learn more about how to care for your leather.
If you are in a dryer (hot or cold) climate please condition your product as soon as it feels less supple, dull or faded. Vegetable tanned leather when conditioned should feel slightly oiled and look rich. Similar to the nature of skin it needs to be moisturized as soon as it feels dry. We charge $25 + shipping for conditioning or head to a store for onsite conditioning for Free and the full Will Leather Goods experience.
Please Contact Us to receive a quote for non-warranty repairs.
Warranty Exclusions and Limitations
Any warranty claims associated with the below list are not considered manufacture defects and are not covered within our Lifetime Guarantee policy. At the discretion of Will Leather Goods, a fee may be incurred for repair.
Any warranty claims associated with the below list of merchandise categories do not fall within our Lifetime Guarantee policy.
1 Year Limited Warranty Exemptions
The following have a limited 1 year warranty that is valid from the date of purchase. At the discretion of Will Leather Goods, a fee may be incurred to the user to repair the merchandise if the warranty claims does not fall within the 1 year timeframe.
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Please include it in your email request for return or bring it with you to any of our stores. This way we can reimburse your original purchase price to either your original method of payment or as a merchandise credit, or use it to help exchange your item.
Please let us know as much information as you can about your purchase so that we can locate a record of it. If we can't, we'll reimburse you with a Will Leather Goods gift card for the current selling price of the item or replace your item. To help ensure fairness to all customers, we do require a receipt in certain situations. Please see our Special Conditions for details
If you purchased Will Leather Goods merchandise from one of our Valued Retailers, please contact them directly to facilitate a return or exchange.
To help protect our customers and make sure every return or exchange is dealt with fairly, we reserve the right to not refund the following,
-Will Leather Goods is not responsible for any missing packages or COD
-Customer is responsible for shipping cost
-We reserve the right to refuse delivery of packages received without a Return Authorization
-All return and exchange requests must be received within 30 days of purchase either online or from our Will Leather Goods retail locations.
-Proof of purchase is required to validate a return or exchange
-If you purchased an item from our sale page, these items are eligible for exchange or store credit only, unless marked FINAL SALE online. SAMPLE SALE product is FINAL SALE
-All returned merchandise must be in new, unworn, and original condition
-We have the right to charge a restocking fee of 15%, if product is not returned in original condition.
-Monogrammed merchandise is not eligible for a refund or exchange. All sales are final.
-Items that were not purchased directly from Will Leather Goods (such as items purchased at thrift stores, online sellers or garage sales)
-Items with a missing label or an item that has been defaced
-On rare occasions, based on the nature of prior transactions
-Without a receipt and a valid ID in our stores
-Items that have been soiled or contaminated, until they have been cleaned
-Items lost or damaged due to fire, flood or natural disaster
|Pant Size||Men's Size||Women's Size|
|11" (1st Hole)||15.5" (1st Hole)|
|9.75" (3rd Hole)||14" (3rd Hole)|
|8" (5th Hole)||12.5" (5th Hole)|
|20" (1st Hole)||23.75" (1st Hole)|
|18.25" (3rd Hole)||22" (3rd Hole)|
|17" (5th Hole)||19.75" (5th Hole)|
The monogram has existed since 350 B.C., but came into popularity as steam ships started to cross the Atlantic to help identify the trunks and luggage of the travelers. Today, the monogram remains a functional identifier, while also lending personal style to your leather goods.
Personalize your product or gift with monogramming in either our small serif font (1/4") or our large sans-serif font (1/2") shown above. We use traditional heat stamping to emboss into our vegetable tanned leather.