48Hr Classic Travel Bag
Christmas is officially over and that means it’s time to get back into the swing of all things work. But to make things a little less painless, take a look at this 48Hr Classic travel bag – perfect for any urban commuter.
The expandable 48Hr Classic combines a discreet exterior with a smart interior. The classic yet modern design of the travel bag is coupled with the functionality of a holdall. It comes with expandable capabilities and an instant access pocket which makes it ideal for business, photography and even overnight travels.
If you’re into your travelling or photography, the front pocket of the 48Hr Classic is ideal as it gives Joes easy access to all your essentials and camera gear. It easily opens with one hand meaning it’s not only easy but it’s quick.
There are two different Classics; the standard and the expandable. They both offer the same sophistication and practicality but the expandable offers Joes an extra 70% of storage space – perfect for travellers.
The majority of us Joes use a 13” or 15’’ laptop, so the makers of the 48Hr have made sure that it comes compatible with both. As such, each bag contains a separate padded compartment protecting it from outer elements as well as from other interior objects which may scratch it.
The practicality continues on the exterior too with the addition of an all leather strap that turns your 48Hr into a backpack for a comfortable commute on your bike or long walks when you want to free up your hands.
The Classic bags are made from premium Italian full grain leather which was chosen for its aesthetics, fibre strength and durability. The grain also has breathability, resulting in less moisture from prolonged contact. Rather than wearing out, it develops a patina during its expected useful lifetime.
The 48Hr Classic travel bag is being sold on their Kickstarter Website where prices start at £159 for the standard bag and rise to £179 for the expandable. The project has already been fully funded so you’ve got around a week left to get involved. Deliveries are expected in April.