KARL shoulder bag L
Karl large shoulder bag is an upcycling laptop bag made of used truck tarpaulin, inner tubes and tyres and other upcycled materials. Contains many pockets and a laptop sleeve.
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Karl large shoulder bag is a casual and comfy laptop bag mainly made from truck tarp. You can safety put a laptop in it and be sure that it’s well protected. What is more Karl is padded with a special sponge to keep electronic devices safe. Without problems it fits documents and a 15 inch laptop. Moreover, thanks to many pockets it makes your coexistence easy and neat.
The main compartment of Karl upcycled bag is fastened with a velcro flap. At the back of the bag there is an additional zipped pocket hidden under a tarpaulin slat. So that you can safely put the bag on the ground, to the bottom of the bag we have attached safety feet made of a bicycle tire. In addition to the adjustable carrying strap made of a safety belt, we have equipped the bagthe bag with a small handle that allows you to carry it in your hand.
Materials we used for the production of this sustainable bag are very strong. KARL large shoulder bag could carry everything you need in it.
Each REBAGO bag is one-of-a-kind because each one is an unique piece of a tarp. You can be sure your bag won’t soak when it rains, will last ages and in case of getting dirty – you’ll clean it easily with water.
Rebago bags & accessories are very unique products made by hand in central Europe. There is no two exactly the same Rebago products in the world, because evey tarpaulin have its own scrapes and scratches. In Rebago we belive that upcycling is not only about ecology but also about expressing yourself.
By creating such colourful, authentic upcycled accessories, we believe that we will help you to express your own unique style.
Fashion is one of the most polluting industry in the world. Together we can make a difference,
Reduce, Reuse, REBAGO
|Dimensions||36 × 28,5 × 8,5 cm|
Truck cover, Seat belt, Bicycle Innerube
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