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- Soft colourful canvas or wool
- Brown leather details
- Shoulder straps in soft cotton rope
- 2 internal pockets
- Made in Italy and Handmade
The Panarea Backpack with Soft Rope & Brown Leather Details is one of the new 2017 products. Initially studied as the perfect beach bag, it is easy to carry around and has loads of space.
MadeToBe created this sophisticated backpack for the summer, making it extremely lightweight by using rope straps for comfortable carrying and ideal for when it gets too hot. The Panarea Backpack with Soft Rope & Brown Leather Details is made of resistant materials: pick your favourite version in our signature canvas or wool. Use it with no concerns at the beach as the material is very resistant.
The Panarea Backpack with Soft Rope & Brown Leather Details is completely made in Italy with high quality materials and leather. The brown leather inserts are used not only to reinforce the bag and make sure it keeps its shape, but also to give it an elegant touch. It is hand made in every part by our specialised artisans who work with care on every piece and every detail, one by one.
The fabric we use comes in a soft canvas, available in three colours: green, blue and pink. The pink is a fun, girly, version that will never go unnoticed at the beach. The green and blue are more serious models that will blend fantastically with all your other travel items and summer looks.
This backpack is also available in our grey wool and camel versions. Perfect for weekend trips in the upcoming autumn and winter. A product that can be carried with ease and that you will love.
The shoulder straps are made in strong soft cotton rope.
The backpack has 2 large internal pockets for additional storage of your smaller items. One has a zipper closure, the other is open and can fit a laptop up to 13″.
The Panarea Backpack with Soft Rope & Brown Leather Details is the must have item to stand out this summer, take it on a tour between St Tropez, Capri, the Greek islands and… obviously Panarea!