TRAVELER'S FACTORY original canvas pouch made in Chiang Mai, Thailand using textured canvas and TRAVELER'S notebook blue leather. It is designed with dual compartments, one with a leather flap and another zippered pocket for valuables. The deep blue fabric, like blue-black ink, is washed out on the canvas fabric, and the leather is the same as that used for TRAVELER'S notebook Blue.
The M size can hold a TRAVELER'S notebook regular size or an iPad (9.7"). It can be used as a bag-in-a-bag, or use as standalone pouch for holding notebooks, pens, books, accessories, wallet, etc., for both travel and everyday use. A leather padding is sewn on the back side of the buttons to prevent damage to the items inside.
The natural texture of the bag gives you a sense of the peaceful atmosphere of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The material is durable and changes its appearance the more you use it. Recommended for all those who love traveling.
Materials: cotton, cowhide Size: H7.2"x W10.4" (Sizes may differ slightly due to the nature of hand-sewn products, please understand) MADE IN THAILAND Due to the nature of the material, the color may fade.
TRAVELER’S FACTORY original items and selected items are normally only available at TRAVELER’S FACTORY stores in Japan and selected partner stores. Periodically, TRAVELER’S COMPANY USA will offer these exclusive items directly to your door in a limited fashion.
TRAVELER’S FACTORY in Nakameguro (Tokyo) is our flagship store, serving as a hub for TRAVELER’S notebook users since October 2011. This building, a paper factory from the booming 1950s, was chosen to fulfill the dream of a perfect space for travelers around the world to connect and share their experiences. We believe that organic interaction will be an inspiration for us to create new products and a new way of communicating. At TRAVELER’S FACTORY, users can discover TRAVELER’S notebook, collaboration items, curated imports, and other tools that make your everyday journey more interesting. There is also a hidden loft for users to customize notebooks while sipping on a cup of coffee.