250 €

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.

You can make it unique by adding a Several character or multicolor stamping or a L/UNIFORM patch on your order

L 26 X H 44 CM - 370 GR

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

Cotton and linen canvas 

Natural canvas : cotton 63% - linen : 37%

Quadrille canvas : cotton 63% - linen : 37% - linen thread dyed in navy


Coated on both sides

Army khaki woven canvas

100% cotton


Coated on reverse side

Woven canvas yellow, black, red, navy - 100% cotton


Coated on reverse side

Blue woven canvas

100% Cotton

No treatment or coating

Natural woven canvas in linen and cotton

Cotton : 45% - Linen : 55%

No treatment or coating

Full grain calf leather dyed in the mass - smooth grain

Origin Spain



Putting together a bag, using a braid, assembling piping, placing a monogram: each of these steps makes for a series of precise gestures, and this precision is vital. Rigorous quality control will then check out each article, according to a set of precise and demanding specifications.

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This canvas is made of linen and cotton, or just cotton depending on the shade. It is light, supple and resistant, while being also washable, water-repellent and anti-staining thanks to treatments that respect the environment. The leather is full-grain calf skin, which has been dye-injected to guarantee the uniformity of its colour, then “water-drop” treated to increase its impermeability.

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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