TSL Engineer Shoulder Bag XS || Beige Canvas with Navy Paint [SOLD OUT]
Engineer Shoulder Bag XS is custom designed and made by The Superior Labor in Japan. We LOVE their Engineer Shoulder Bag at Baum-kuchen so much that we asked them to create a unique size which they do not have in their collection yet.
This XS size bag is perfect for carrying a laptop (fits 13" laptop) and your everyday essentials. You can check out the difference in the dimension of regular and XS shoulder bag below. The shoulder strap is also thinner to lighten up the weight!
The dimension of an XS Engineer Shoulder bag: L/48cm x H /30cm x D/12cm
The dimension of a regular Engineer Shoulder Bag is: L/53cm H/32cm W/17cm
The bag comes with an outside leather pocket (perfect for carrying your keys and items you need with a quick access) and an internal pocket for organizing small essentials like your phone.
The top closes with a sturdy brass zipper so that your belongings in the bag are safe and secure as you carry your bag. The flap for the top zipper can be completely opened and out of your way so that you could easily carry oversized items.
The beige canvas looks great with navy painted bottom and the more you use it, the softer the canvas and leather will become. You can see the same color bag in the regular size here!
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 the Engineer Shoulder Bag looks over time via our blog post: [Metamorphosis] The Superior Labor Shoulder Bag / new vs. + 2yrs. You can watch the quality and craftsmanship that goes into making these bags in the video The Superior Labor created.
The bags are available with 3 stencil designs. Please select Stencil 1, Stencil 4 or Stencil 5.
Also browse: other items from The Superior Labor
Materials: Canvas and leather
Dimension: L/48cm x H /30cm x D/12cm / Handle Drop: 4"
Designed and Made By: Superior Labor in Japan
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