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Billykirk Schoolboy Satchel in Golden Brown

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by longwalker, Nov 26, 2012.

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  1. longwalker

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    NWOT Retails: $375--------SOLD
    marker on inside tag to prevent store return. No issues
    10 1/4 H x 14 W x 5 D
    Shoulder Strap extends to 39"


    Here is a description from the JCrew website: http://www.jcrew.com/mens_category/JCrewingoodcompany/Billykirk/PRDOVR~34005/34005.jsp

    Founded in 1999 by the Bray brothers, Billykirk's ruggedly minimalist leather goods are some of the handsomest we've seen. Each piece, including this expertly crafted leather satchel, is made by hand in the heart of Amish country using antique tools and master-craftsman techniques. Constructed in vegetable-tanned leather from one of America's oldest and most renowned tanneries, Wicket & Craig, it's big enough to carry a 13 1/2" laptop with plenty of room left over for whatever else you need to throw in there. A removable strap allows it to be worn messenger style or carried as a briefcase (perfect for when business calls). Removable, adjustable shoulder strap fully extends to 39 1/2". 2" handle drop. 10 1/4"H x 14"W x 5"D.



    Buyer please add $10 for US shipping, others please pm me for quotes
     
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