1st Class Large Computer Bag

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1st Class Large Computer Bag

$290
$209 Gilt
Color:
camo
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Description
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Reclaimed military canvas and vinyl cargo truck tarp large flap top computer bag.

  • Two solid steel and brass quick release buckles and reclaimed bicycle innertube trim throughout.
  • Top carry handle and an adjustable and removable seat belt shoulder strap.
  • Two underflap slip pockets and a solid steel key clip and ring.
  • Please note, each bag is hand-cut from actual M35 Military Deuce-and-a-Half truck tarps and have varied and unique patterns. No two bags are alike.
  • Fully lined.
  • Fits a 15" laptop.
  • Approximate measurements: length: 17", width: 5", height: 13".

Material: Canvas, Tarp

Brand: Defy Bags

Origin: United States

In designing his ruggedly handsome bags and accessories, Defy Bags founder Chris Tag derives inspiration from his memories of Dayton, Ohio, the auto-manufacturing town where he grew up. Tag spent his childhood watching men return home from their shift at the local General Motors plant, learning woodworking from his grandfather, and fixing up cars with his father. When he grew up and started toying around with an industrial leather-sewing machine, it reminded him of his boyhood — and of the quality craftsmanship of American-made products. In 2008, Tag — now based in Chicago — founded Defy Bags to continue that tradition. Defy’s handcrafted, distinctly modern luggage, wallets, and bags include designs like the Recon messenger (constructed from military vinyl truck tarp and seatbelt material) and the First Class: a square-shaped military canvas bag embellished with Swiss imported solid steel. Tag personally inspects each Defy Bags iPad sleeve, wallet and other product — a testament to his old-school regard for durability and quality.