Blackwing Pencil Pouch
Blackwing pencils were favored by award-winning creators throughout the 20th century. Despite a cult following, they fell victim to cost cutting measures in the 1990s and were discontinued. That didn't stop devotees from paying as much as $40 per pencil to seize unused stock. In 2010, the new Blackwing company drew from nearly a century of experience in the pencil business to access the best materials in the world and bring Blackwing back for a new generation of writers, musicians, and others seeking a more natural existence.
Blackwing have teamed up with the craftsmen at Bradley Mountain for their second carry collaboration, a pencil pouch designed specifically for Blackwing pencils. Each durable waxed canvas pouch holds up to 24 unsharpened Blackwing pencils.
Each of their Pencil Pouches is hand-crafted in San Diego, California using black Martexin waxed canvas and oiled black leather. They used a heavy-duty Talon zipper that can take plenty of abuse, and included a leather zipper pull and grip tab for easy opening and closing.