His and Hers Travellers Bag - The Dales
Welcome to my His and Hers Travellers Bag "The Dales", for journeying in great landscapes, for weekends in the Lakes, for lovers of the dry stone walls and sheep grazed hillsides of Yorkshire, a travellers bag for all weathers and all the breathtaking walking places of the world -a four good size zipped pockets secure bag for casual travellers, walkers and cyclists including those who like to take photos en-route, a cross body bag for cross border and cross country travel having secure closures and highly adaptable capacity.
Travelling with energy and, increasingly, travelling the packed streets of colourful places brings with it certain physical risks to the things we don't want to lose. So I searched for a smallish cross body travellers bag, one which will slide easily around the figure (carrying a bag on your back that you cannot see or have to take off to access is an un-necessary risk in some parts of the world), one which has a broad webbed nylon strap that is not detachable at a flip of a finger, one where all pockets have at least a zip closure (to ensure that most pockets are closed most of the time) with good storage capacity for its size, light but strong, and with a surface akin to a small canvas that I could paint in.
She is made from WATERPROOF durable, vegan friendly, nylon cloth with an artist’s canvas feel as you would expect. For ease of opening the main compartment is top opening, secured with a zip – inside of which is a zip pocket on the back wall. The “roof” flap at the front of the bag closes with a magnetic snap button. Under the flap is a second storage compartment closed by a zip. At the rear of the bag there is a further zipped pocket. The 1.5” shoulder strap has a maximum drop from the shoulder of 26” (65 cm). The main dimensions of the bag are 8.66"(22 cm L) x 4.72"(12 cm W) x 9.84"(15 cm H).
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* All reproduction rights to this limited edition art belong to the artist, Corina Stupu Thomas