If you're not a vegetarian, chances are you love the smell and feel of leather. Your leather bag can cope with the occasional trip out in the rain, but remember not to try and hasten the drying process too much.
Baggage blog Carryology offers that useful reminder as part of a round-up of tips on how to deal with leather goods:
Speed drying leather changes its chemical structure, and you end up with stiff crinkle cut chaos. So room temperature with gentle air works better than direct heater time with hair-dryer. And keep it in the shape you want it to end up.
Hit the post for their rest of their suggestions, and share your own leather-care tips in the comments.
5 Tips for Leather Care [Carryology]