15" Navy Real Leather Oxbridge Satchel - Classic Retro Fashion laptop / school bag B00GQX8XU4

£99.07  £28.07
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  • Model: B00GQX8XU4
  • 820 Units in Stock

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  • Real Leather
  • The approximate satchel dimensions are 38cm wide x 25cm tall x 12cm deep. The front pocket measures 25.5cm wide x 15cm tall x 3cm deep and the main compartment gusset measures 11cm.
  • Outer Material: Leather
  • Inner Material: Leather
  • Closure: Buckle
  • Perfect for A4 folders and pads

Product description

Designed by Oxbridge Satchels in Britain by artisan leather-smiths. This standard design features a long adjustable shoulder strap (4-foot) that gives the satchel bag a lot of versatility. This particular 15-inch satchel (we have 4 other standard sizes of satchel) is cut from Pillarbox Red leather and is then stitched using a colour matched blend of cotton and nylon for extra durability. The straps and fasteners are then finished with silver buckles and finally the satchel is riveted for completeness. All our satchels go through a number of quality control checks to ensure that the one you receive meets our high quality standard. Our 15-inch satchel is similar to the 14-inch in the sense that it is designed to hold all styles of Macbook and A4 folders and pads, but the 15-inch has a wider gusset and a little more space all-round. This extra space inside the bag allows you too carry a lot more stuff. This satchel is perfect for students who've lots of books to carry everyday, whilst also needing to take their Mac/iPad with them everywhere. The Pillarbox Red is a rich, bright, sophisticated red that is sampled from the colour of pillarboxes/postboxes that stand on the streets of Britian. This classically designed and hand-crafted vintage style leather satchel has some amazing endorsements: This timeless satchel design is regulary featured in fashion publications like Vogue, Elle, Look, etc. It's always being snapped as part of the latest looks worn by all the boho celebs on the streets of London, Paris and New York. Fashionista just can't help blogging about them and statistically you've probably already read an article featuring them.