After three weeks of use I decided that the DANIELE belt-loop leather pouch is a great addition to my accessory collection. It does what I wanted it to do and comes packed with advantages: it is the smallest possible pouch for my phone and wallet; it sits below the belt so that it has a chance to choose its resting position; I enjoy getting things in and out of it and closing the closure; I love the color and the leather, it is a true Campomaggi gem; and it keeps my cell phone away from my body. On the other hand it makes your waist bulkier. . . . → Read More: My Belt-loop Leather Pouch: After Three Weeks
After two weeks of test driving the DANIELE Campomaggi Belt-Loop Leather Pouch I give it two thumbs up. . . . → Read More: Review of the DANIELE Campomaggi Belt-Loop Leather Pouch
I am enjoying test driving the new Campomaggi distressed leather pouch but some of the feedback has been that you should not have a belt appendage. I like it though and here is why. . . . → Read More: Campomaggi leather pouch: after 1 week
On day 2 with my Campomaggi leather pouch the big test came: Chiara’s soccer practice. I wore a pair of shorts, my ALDO leather belt, and a t-shirt. The t-shirt came to rest on pouch which remained visible. I tried covering the pouch with the t-shirt but it looked bad.
The phone, because . . . → Read More: The Campomaggi Belt-Loop Distressed Leather Pouch: Days 2-4.
The Campomaggi small pouch of my dreams is here and I finally get to test drive it. Today is day one. . . . → Read More: Test driving the new Campomaggi belt loop pouch: Day 1