Small sized hobo bag. Single adjustable shoulder strap. Gunmetal hardware throughout. Single zip pocket on exterior front. Interior nylon lining with large zippered pocket, large slip pocket, two small slip pockets and single patch pocket. Embossed metal Tumi logo plate on side. Approximate measurements: 13"L x 4"W x 11½"H. Drop handle, 5".
Launched in 1975 and named after the pre-Incan knife used in the primitive surgical procedure called trepanation (founder Charlie Clifford did a Peace Corps stint in Peru), Tumi’s early leather duffels and garment bags sacrificed nothing in the name of luxury and fit with late ’70s sartorial sensibility. But it was the brand’s black-on-black FTX ballistic nylon cases, introduced in the ’80s, that cornered the market on durable yet stylish luggage. Today, under the creative direction of George Esquivel, the company effortlessly combines function and style in all its designs.