Nock Co. - Brasstown - Zip Roll Pen Case
Nock Co. Brasstown Zip Roll Pen Case
Protect your expensive pens when you travel! Nock Co. presents the Brasstown Zip Roll Pen Case, a modern update of the traditional pen wrap from yesteryear. The Nock Co. pen case is available in multiple colors and gives you the best of both worlds by combining a pen wrap with a water-repellent nylon zipper pen case. It has a six-slot tongue that unrolls and keeps your luxury pens protected when not you’re not using them. The pen slots are large and will fit some relatively fat pens. After rolling up your pens into the case, you’ll still have room to store several more, less expensive pens and other writing extras in the main compartment, which is then secured with a zipper. We suggest placing your writing extras in the main case first, then rolling the pen wrap on top. This allows easy access to your fine writing instruments. You might not realize you needed the Nock Brasstown pen case in your life until after you’ve tried it. Place it in your bag, purse or coat pocket and start your travels. The Nock pen case might become the only case that any true pen addict can’t live without!
Pen Case Specifications
Exterior Material: 1000D Nylon with DWR Water-Repellent Coating
Interior Material: Nylon Pack Cloth
Dimensions: 8.5" x 2” x 2” (L x W x H)
About Nock Company
Nock is a group of people that love pens and bags. All of their products are produced in the USA where each product is assembled by hand, probably by one of the owners. In 2007, Brad Dowdy started a blog, The Pen Addict. It was a place where he could share his obsession with pens. He posted about the good, the bad and the ridiculous. His passion for pens was stymied by the lack of an appropriate vessel to carry his collection through the dark alleys of the stationery world. Jeffrey Bruckwicki, of Project of Seamster, started sewing back in 2008 under the moniker of Gnome Bags. His understanding of bags only grew as he moved from the Michigan ice flats to the lush forests of Georgia. The higher temperature required rethinking the idea of a bag. He focused on designing around contents, not just designing silhouettes. In 2012, with the brand Alter MFG, Jeffrey sewed the first Mod.02 pen(cil) case and sent it to Brad. It was almost a year later that their two obsessions found a platform to join, Nock Co.