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Tartan Grip Bag

L1316  
£110

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Our classic grip bag, reimagined in a screen-printed woven tartan, with refined PU panels. Designed with grab handles, a detachable strap and arch branding embroidery.

Screen-printed woven tartan with refined PU panels / Smart grab handles and detachable webbing shoulder strap / Lined / Protective feet and metal zip / Embroidered arch branding

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From Scottish highlands, to underground punk clubs, tartan has cemented itself as part of the uniform. Originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, tartan used to signify the life of the gentry and the wearer’s long and noble heritage. It was adopted into streetwear a couple of centuries later for very different reasons: a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Instantly recognisable, look more closely and you find strands of tartan woven throughout key subcultures past and present – from the flared trousers of Bowie, to the grungy shirts of Cobain – its design is timeless.

  • W: 42cm H: 31cm D: 19cm
  • 64% Polyester / 36% Viscose
  • Do Not Wash
Style
L1316
Colour
Black Tartan

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Order by 3pm weekdays for:
— UK next working day delivery [Free]
— UK next working day delivery before 10.30am [£10]
— UK Saturday or Sunday delivery [£6]

More Information
Colour Description Black Tartan
SKU L1316-M41
Extra W: 42cm H: 31cm D: 19cm
Fabric Composition 64% Polyester / 36% Viscose
Hero M41
Washable Instructions Do Not Wash
Gender Mens
Bullet 1 Screen-printed woven tartan with refined PU panels
Bullet 2 Smart grab handles and detachable webbing shoulder strap
Bullet 3 Lined
Bullet 4 Protective feet and metal zip
Bullet 5 Embroidered arch branding
Further Reading From Scottish highlands, to underground punk clubs, tartan has cemented itself as part of the uniform. Originally worn as a symbol of the wearer’s clan, tartan used to signify the life of the gentry and the wearer’s long and noble heritage. It was adopted into streetwear a couple of centuries later for very different reasons: a metaphorical two fingers to the establishment. Instantly recognisable, look more closely and you find strands of tartan woven throughout key subcultures past and present – from the flared trousers of Bowie, to the grungy shirts of Cobain – its design is timeless.
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