Ladies: something I've always been very curious about. How do H bags respond to climate changes? If you live for a long time in very dry climates, and then move to a very humid area, for example? I find that some leathers change very rapidly when they've been continuously exposed to one environment and the environment changes suddenly. I.e. I've had leather bags I've used in colder, drier climates suddenly start smelling funny in the tropics, or bags used in humid climates have their leather start drying and cracking in the winter. I'm just curious. This was partly because (I think) Eric mentioned one of his bags started smelling funny in the tropics.