This cotton canvas bag from Belstaff is reminicent of the type of bag I used to love years ago (with much better detailing to what I could afford then) but impractical for the type of bag I use today. I always seem in a rush to get things in and out of my bags. The main features of this bag are its’ materials and craftsmanship – the bag is made from English cotton canvas that’s been woven on an “original loom” to replicate the original irregularity of the fabric. They cheat (I think it’s cheating) by giving the fabric a “special” washing to help give the bag a well used look and feel. Great leather trim and tons of pockets. I love the look.
Belstaff has been making great technical gear since their founding in 1924 — I do love their new hero jacket. If only I could afford it.
Belstaff Colonial shoulder bag