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BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL
BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL

Nigel Cabourn

BUCKET BAG - HALFTEX PEAT LABEL

¥16,500

COLOR:
DARK GREEN
SIZE:
FREE

Part number: 80440061000

Immediately after the release, the popular model
Nigel Cabourn sold out on the directly managed site. Bucket bag with a rugged atmosphere


Half-tex bag.
Although it looks like a thick cotton canvas, it is made of special nylon whose weight has been halved by the latest technology.
Larger capacity than it looks with a wide bottom gusset design.
It's surprisingly light, so there is no problem with a lot of luggage.
The upper part can be adjusted with a snap button, and the appearance changes, making it practical.
The fusion of military style and the latest technology is exactly like Nigel Cabourn.


COLLECTION: 2022SS
SEX: MAN
LINE: MAIN
NYLON 100%

MADE IN JAPAN


Size: Height 35 x Top width 35.5 x Bottom gusset 24 cm


* This item will be delivered by Japan Post Click Post, so we cannot accept the date and time. note that.



What is Nigel Cabourn?
Even a world-famous collector of vintage military, workwear and outdoor wear A collection of British designer Nigel Cabourn.
Inspired by more than 4000 vintage collections over 30 years, his collection is timeless and new.
It is very characteristic that Nigel himself divides his design into British production (authentic line) and Japanese production (main line).
The former uses mainly British materials such as Harris Tweed and Ventile, and items produced at Macintosh factories and Scottish knit factories, and the latter only in Japan. By sorting out unique fabrics that cannot be made and items that utilize dyeing and processing techniques that cannot be realized, we are creating a collection that is not found anywhere else.