€159.99 incl. VAT
5 in stock
5 in stock
Meet Lille! Modern black leather backpack made of finest leather. Perfect choice for work or leisure. Big and comfortable main compartment fits all your essentials. Equipped with durable fastening elements, zipped closure and adjustable shoulder straps.
Size: 40 x 28 x 14 cm (rolled); – suitable as carry-on baggage for most airlines; Laptop compartment fits 15″ MacBook laptop.
Weight: 1,2 kg, 15 L.
Material: High-quality smooth full grain cow leather.
Full grain leather is the highest quality leather and comes from the top layer of the hide. This premium leather is more durable, thinner, and unique skin patters are still visible.
Interior: Strong high quality cotton.
Details: High quality metal “OOK” zippers with Berliner Bags brand pullers. Luxury Berliner Bags metal logo on the front.
The sliding front closure provides an elegant look and adjustable internal volume. Inside is big enough for everything you need to carry. One main spacious compartment with an extra pocket for your laptop or notebook. Two smaller pockets: one with a zipper, one without, and space for pens. A large outer pocket provides extra storage and easy access to things like tickets or passports that you may need in a hurry. Equipped with high-quality “OOK” metal zippers with the Berliner Bags brand logo and a metal brand logo on the front.
This high-quality and versatile backpack is an ideal carry-on bag for weekend breakaways or hikes, city trips, carrying your laptop and school or university textbooks, as well as visiting the gym. This bag will handle all your daily activities with ease.
Due to our outstanding quality standards, every BERLINER BAG goes through multiple extensive checks during the course of manufacturing. Your satisfaction is our priority. This is why we exclusively use high-quality materials as well as recognized “OOK” zippers. Furthermore, we care passionately about the fair compensation to our employees. We work directly with the manufacturers and craftspeople and not with any intermediaries as a matter of principle.