2-way Backpacker / Khaki with Black paint [PRE-ORDER]
We are currently taking PRE-ORDER. Please expect items to be shipped in March-April, 2020. Please note that we will be shipping your entire order when the pre-order item(s) arrive.
The Superior Labor 2-way Backpacker is a utilitarian carrier. A great size for everyday use, for an overnight getaway as well as a carry-on for your next air travel without compromising the easy access to the valuable contents of the bag.
The bag comes with an external leather pocket as well as 2 internal pockets to keep your small essentials like your phone, wallet, and keys accessible. The top closes with a sturdy brass zipper so that your belongings in the bag are safe and secure. The flap for the zipper can be completely opened and out of your way for an easy access to the items inside. The leather shoulder straps are attached to felt cushions to make sure that you are comfortable carrying the backpack.
The khaki canvas looks great with a pop of painted navy color. The painted bottom not only look visually appealing but also keeps dirt off from the canvas significantly! The graphic is stenciled on the shoulder strap side of the backpack. When you carry your backpack on your back, the leather pocket will face outward and the stenciled graphic will be against your back.
The more you use the bag, the softer the canvas and leather become. You can watch the quality and craftsmanship that goes into making of their bags in the video The Superior Labor created for their Engineer Shoulder Bag. All materials are carefully sourced in Japan and bags are made in The Superior Labor maker's studio in Okayama prefecture where they turned an old elementary school into a unique workshop space. You can check out more photos of how their Engineer Shoulder Bag looks over time on our blog post: [Metamorphosis] The Superior Labor Shoulder Bag / new vs. + 2yrs.
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Materials: Canvas and leather
Dimension: L11" x H15.5" x D6.5".
Designed and Made By: Superior Labor in Japan
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