Sam Huff and Mark Perusich, both industrial designers, got tired of finding items following trends, which obsolescence was told even before their release, so they launched Tanner Goods in 2006. The original inspiration came from Sam’s grandfather who owned an old leather camera stap, it also came from vintage postman bags. They soon decided to specialize in a material that lasted longer than others and was getting better with age: leather. In a very informal way they approached a saddle-maker called L.P. Streifel who was a master in leather, still working with traditional machines. Then was born Tanner Goods’ first collection with high quality belts, wallets and other accessories. Over the past years followed a wide expansion of the range with many collaborations: a pair of hiking boots with Danner, leather patches for Tellason denim, even dog collars! More recently were released camera staps and camera bags, over and over again made in their workshop in Portland, Oregon.