bag is one of those things that you can pick up at virtually any shopping malls, but therein lies the problem. at some point, we find ourselves amassing a huge collection of bags, each serving different purpose and for different occasions, which needless to say, is a needless spending and also clutters our home. this is where The Chivote Boombox Bag aims to solve – by having one bag that serves four styles so that you can have three less bags in your life. drawing design inspiration from a boombox (hence the slight resemblance and the namesake, and no, it is not a bag to stuff your beloved boombox in), The Chivote Boombox Bag offers four ways of carrying it: as a messenger for quick access to your belongings, as a backpack for times when you need to free up both of your hands (such as riding a bike), a briefcase for you black-suit-and-tie occasions (such as work), and a clutch, albeit a little on the large size, for any other time and occasions.

handmade by expert craftsmen, each bag features a generously-sized main compartment for your books, clothing, and whatever, a laptop compartment that fits up to a 15-inch laptop such as the MacBook Pro, a rear zipper compartment for your iPad or similar sized tablets, and a trio of front pockets for other stuff like chargers, portable hard drives, smartphone and more. it is purposely designed without back pockets to avoid awkward bulging at the rear of the back which would make an uncomfortable carrying. so basically, the Chivote addresses more than just the too-many-bags-syndrome; it also sees to the practical functionality and doing so while looking pretty damn sleek. hey, what could go wrong when you have experienced craftsmen turning out the bags that are made of the ever classy (Italian) leather material? offered in three distinctive and beautiful leather styles: black full grain nubuck, brown vegetable tanned leather, and nubuck leather.

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available now if you back the project up at its Kickstarter campaign, happening from now till January 10, 2014, for $219 or more. however, the project will only be funded and your money deducted from your card, only if the campaign meets its set minimum funding goal (which is £15,000, btw). so if you want to see this in the market and have one (or even two or more) to call your own, go back these guys up. have a few more look after the break.

Published by Mike

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