Created by Harvest Label, the Tourer Backpack displays the company’s passion for innovative construction and high quality materials. The brand is “inspired by vintage mil-spec design, function and aesthetics, combined with master craftsmanship”, making products that are ideal for fashion conscious men and women. Minimalist and functional, the Tourer Backpack offers an elegant carrying solution for everyday items and a perfect way to add a bit of style to any outfit. The design keeps the needs of the user in mind, as the bag can be transformed from a spacious rectangular shape into a more compact triangular form, depending on how many belongings you want to fit inside. A zippered pocket at the front is joined by another one on the side, providing generous space for items you need to keep accessible. A padded sleeve protects tablets or laptops, while the interior features two more pockets which are perfect for storing more valuable items. Black leather accents enhance the design, while the high quality Cordura fabric keeps your belongings dry even in rainy weather.

The backpack is available in several colors, to suit any taste, and you can choose from timeless black, navy, and beige or from vibrant red and mustard. Go to Gessato Shop to upgrade your commuter style or to add a creative and functional item to your accessory collection. Images courtesy of Harvest Label.

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