230 €

The duffle bag’s shape comes from its origins: storing the hammock that sailors slept in and, then, when back on terra firma, rolled along the ground, with their clothes and a few other things inside. Later, it turned into the bag we now know.

Duffle Bag No.5 makes no bones about its origins: it is a large, tall pocket made of canvas, closed by a rope passing through eight eyelets; once tightened, it shuts the bag, before turning into a strap to be carried across the shoulder. And if our elegant and obviously muscular sailor wants to carry his bag by hand, then he can: a handle has been stitched onto the bag’s main body.

Duffle Bag No.5 comes in cotton and linen canvas (navy blue, black or beige) and in an army khaki canvas. It can be piped in royal blue, yellow, khaki, navy blue, black, pink, red or white.
Fit for either a rowing-boat or a liner.

10,236"W X 17,323"H - 0,816 LB

Toile tissée coton & lin – naturelle
Coton : 63% - lin : 37%
Envers et endroit enduits
Toile tissée armée kaki
100% coton
Envers enduit
Toile tissée 100% coton – bleu, noire
Envers enduit





La fabrication d’une pièce est une suite d’opérations exigeant des gestes minutieux, où chaque détail est essentiel. Un contrôle qualité rigoureux permet de les vérifier selon des règles précises.

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Les toiles sont en lin et coton, sauf la toile kaki qui est 100% coton. Souples et résistantes, elles sont teintes puis rendues lavables, déperlantes et antitaches par un traitement éco-responsable.


All about the canvas


The entirety of our range has been devised in Carcassonne, in the production site’s workshops, by highly qualified craftspeople. Trained by L/Uniform, they mean that demanding practices and knowhows can live on. The articles are then made in our own workshops, in Europe: a rigorous and perfectly coordinated production site means being able to check and master the production of series as well as special orders, within realistic and controllable deadlines. The final verification of our articles is undertaken in Carcassonne.

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