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This is our smallest bag yet, designed to hold only the essentials.

There is a slot pocket on the front big enough for your keys, mobile phone, or Swiss Army knife, and an interior with room for a wallet and a small map. The bag has a flap that closes with a sturdy tuck lock. It can be worn with the removable shoulder strap, or on your belt for longer treks.

This Compact Utility bag is made with dark chocolate brown canvas, rough brown leather, and red cotton lining. All of the hardware is nickel plated brass. One of a kind.

Part of the Forester collection.

For the wallet pictured, click here:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/63380950/forester-card-wallet-juniper

The shirt pictured is made by Thimble & Acorn:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/THIMBLEandACORN

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measurements:

width: 6.5 inches
height: 6 inches
depth: 1 inch
strap: up to 54 inches

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+ This bag can also be made from almost any other fabric you see in the shop. Please convo me if you'd like a different fabric / color.

+ Each and every Frank & Gertrude item is drawn, designed, cut, sewn, hammered, and sewn some more by me.

+ For more shop policies (returns, etc.) click here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/frankandgertrude/policy

Compact Utility bag, cross body or belt, chocolate


Overview

  • Materials: canvas, twill, interfacing, recycled leather, silver hardware
  • Ships worldwide from The Netherlands
  • Feedback: 223 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people