Cabin Max Suit Carrier | Hand Luggage Suit Bag I Garment Carrier Holdall and Shoulder Strap I 55x40x20cm Travel Garment Luggage
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The Bennett Winch cotton canvas Suit Carrier Holdalls are waterproof. Made with a unique 24oz British dyed and bonded canvas they are completely waterproof and ready for life on the move. If you need to clean the bag, simply use a cloth or sponge with natural soap and water. Our leather garment duffel bags will also keep your contents dry without the need for any additional treatment. In the shoot I am deliberately wearing an outfit I might put on for travel, with a suit in the carrier, as well as a second pair of shoes. That outfit is: A far cry from the suit carriers you see your fellow commuters struggling with daily, the Bennett Winch suit carrier holdall is an easy to use solution to help carry your tailoring and everything you need to go with it, in one concise bag.
We only use solid brass hardware, which will develop a more golden, understated look through regular use. If you want to clean it or prefer a shiny appearance, please use a good quality brass polish, (taking care not to apply any to the canvas or leather as this can cause discolouration). It also comes with a shoulder strap, and a removable waterproofsection that fastens inside the central bag.In terms of weather proofing, the canvas one has bonded (fully waterproof) canvas where leather now sits so both cause no issues with being weatherproof.
Everyone in the team has been trying the holdall over the past few months, with great success. (Ru, pictured with me trying the bags here, is the brand's designer.) Although many of our collaborations have taken a while, this has been the hardest and most time-consuming ever. No, the bag is similar to their Commuter in that respect – it has a shoe compartment (waterproof) that is buttoned into the inside (and is therefore removable). It’s a really nice feature.The first incarnation was an old Liberty’s garment bag wrapped around one of our commuter holdalls, and honestly, very little changed! It was an intuitive pre-sketchbook response that a garment wrapped around a large diameter would be less likely to crease, and that the circumference of a holdall was very close to the length of a suit.