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1960’S ERA SALVAGED HEMP & LUMBER APRON CARRYALL
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Durable, worn in hemp salvaged from a 1960’s era French military hammock has been thoughtfully paired with a 1940’s era lumber apron and re-worked into a versatile every day carryall.
Fully lined with beige cotton canvas, this bag features a large interior pocket (9″ x 11″) that will comfortably hold a wallet and phone, toiletries, notebook etc. Leather boot, handles and buckle straps are made from beautiful, top grain cow hide. This leather is tough enough to last a life time, but soft and supple enough for comfort.
1960'S ERA SALVAGED HEMP & LUMBER APRON CARRYALL
Metal feet on the base of the bag are great for wear and tear protection when traveling while a water resistant fiberboard interior bottom panel and a lightweight aluminum frame help to retain the bag’s shape while on the go.
Features an adjustable, removable leather shoulder strap with durable metal hardware.
Bag measures approximately – 17″ wide, 13″ tall, 7″ deep.
Much time and care is put into making every Forestbound Original one of a kind. Proudly made in the USA.