This innovative bag is actually a full length garment bag, large enough to fit a suit, which also folds down into a duffle bag. This remarkable design gives you the best of both worlds and is ideal for the modern traveller.
The zip around the centre of the bag can be unzipped to reveal the full garment bag, which drops out effortlessly like the body of an accordion. Alternatively, the top section of the bag can be opened and it can be used as a conventional duffle bag, being carried by either the two handles or a removable shoulder strap.
Rich tan leather is contrasted by earthy colours to give the bag a mature sophistication, while a heavy chrome clip with key ring attachments is attached to one of the carry handles by a removable leather strap – this is a recurring detail throughout the collection.
Designed by the innovative Belgian designer and creative director of Dior Homme, Kris Van Assche, this large garment bag combines the sober luxury of Van Assche’s designs with Eastpak’s impressive functionality.
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