Leather Backpack "Galilei"

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239,96 €

299,95 €

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Product description

Backpack made of genuine leather with padded and adjustable straps. Single large compartment cotton lined. Internal laptop pocket. Main closure with metal zip. Two large front pocket with zip

 
Product details
How to useUnisex backpack
Dimensions in cm (W x H x D)31 x 40 x 10
Weight in grams1200
External MaterialsGenuine cowhide leather
Internal MaterialsCotton
Number of Compartments1
Main ClosureMetal zip
BrandDeFeliceBags
Production MethodHandcrafted Production
Country of ProductionMade in Italy
 
Product Quality & Warranty

The DeFeliceBags brand products are made of fine Italian leathers and carefully handcrafted in Italy
All products are subjected to scrupulous quality check and have our 24-month direct warranty

            


gen 13, 2022
5
(5/5
leather backpack for my son
I bought this backpack as a Christmas gift for my son, I am very happy with the purchase, it is very well done and the shipment arrived on time
 

lug 24, 2021
5
(5/5
Schöner Rucksack für Arbeit/Uni
Ich finde den Rucksack sehr angenehm zu tragen und er ist sehr geräumig. Ich pflege ihn regelmäßig mit Lederpflege.
 

lug 22, 2021
5
(5/5
Fühlt sich gut an!
Den Rucksack zu tragen mach wirklich Freude. Mit vielen Fächern und fühlt sich außen und innen gut und haltbar an!
 

giu 22, 2021
5
(5/5
Ovviamente super consigliato!!!
Era tanto tempo che avevo in mente di acquistare uno zaino in vera pelle per il lavoro, ma nessuno aveva finora attratto la mia attenzione fin quando non mi sono imbattuto in questo prodotto. Precisiamo innanzitutto che si tratta di vera pelle, è curato in ogni particolare e a mio avviso è esteticamente insuperabile. Ovviamente super consigliato!!!
 

giu 20, 2021
5
(5/5
Gorgeous leather and with so many pockets.
Gorgeous leather and with so many pockets.
I bought this to go travelling with; it’s ideal as it is large enough to take a laptop, jumper, book etc.
A brilliant purchase and exactly what I wanted.
 
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