You put your spells in there…
Traditionally, the leather stash pouch was used by magical herbal merchants who kept their pouch on their waist and offered such “beans” to weary travelers and curious townsfolk alike, giving cloudy daydreams of giants and singing harps. (Magic “beans” indeed… puff puff)
In feudal Japan, the leather stash pouch was best used for keeping smoke bombs used to disappear from battle in a moment’s notice by clouding their opponent’s perceptions. In equally uncertain times, as well as King’s Quest games, the leather pouch has been used as a place to store priceless jewels and baubles to pay one’s way through various kingdoms… or as a place to hold your ingredients for making wizardly “spells”.
These are modern times we live in however, and you are a modern person. Thus, one would like to have a modern pouch that says, “I’m classic… but cool”. This is where Marie Turnor steps in with her sensible yet stylish brown leather pouch with magnetic rollout closure.
Be the toast of your next Samurai convention, trip to The Shire for some pipeweed, or bridge troll and/or knight negotiation on your way to the castle. Keep your magic “beans” and other “spells” safe and sound and ready to use at a moment’s notice.