- Sep 11, 2009
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Hi all - I'm looking for a weekend/duffle bag that can be stacked on my luggage and would be usable for day trips. Something like this, but ideally leather:
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I have the Express No. 2 Khaki Twill. I was tempted to get the leather one when I bought it...but didn't.
Would have been happy with either purchase.
You can never go wrong with a leather piece. Elegant and durable.
In the last few months, I have been working on a weekender bag design ideal for an express getaway or business trip. I'm more into a minimalist and sophisticated style that exalts the quality and mastery of the leatherwork. Brown has always been a winner for me.
What do you think? Open to feedback.
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Following up here, I can't find many nice looking duffles with a luggage sleeve. Here are two I've found, but open to others:
More than happy to share more photos of my work.-I would like to see some more shots of the bag: side view/inside/etc.
-Where does the strap connect to?
-I would like an outside pocket where I can just slide a few things in.
-I like the strips of leather on the zippers.
-Can that strap be adjusted? I see only 1 notch on it.
More than happy to share more photos of my work.
The leather shoulder strap is attachable to the handle. You can customize its length by opening a hole at your perfect height.
This design has an interior compartment for chargers, cables, and other small goodies. You can see it in the picture.
Thanks for the zipper comment. I wanted to do something different from the traditional O-ring pull tabs. And if you can see in the end, it has a hand stitching detail, discreet but one of my favorites.
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