W340 H320 D130 mm
High Density Recycled Nylon Twill / 600d polyester (high durability PU coating) / JES standard certified eco-numerous leather
If the main body fabric is left wet for a long time, it may cause discoloration or deterioration, so be sure to dry it before storing. Also, please note that the fabric may wrinkle if it is placed in a humid condition. The attached material is a highly durable PU coated material, but it may peel off due to strong friction or deterioration under usage conditions. The attached leather is finished with dye only to make the best use of the original texture of the leather, so there may be some color blurring. Also, please note that discoloration and fading are unavoidable due to the characteristics of raising.
The main body material is a high-density nylon twill that uses 70d for the warp yarn and 200d for the weft yarn, using nylon yarn that is a reproduction of the nylon waste material generated when yarn is produced at the spinning factory. This nylon yarn is an environmentally friendly material that is * GRS (Global Recycled Standard) certified, and is also characterized by its light weight and high durability. The accessory material is 600d polyester fabric whose surface is coated with eco-friendly and eco-friendly polyurethane that eliminates about 90% of solvents that cause environmental pollution. The material has a matte rubber-like atmosphere. The attached leather is eco-cow leather tanned with vegetable tannin, without using any substance harmful to the human body, hexavalent chromium, which has been tested for harmful substances (JES) according to 13 standards of the Japan Leather Technology Association. I will. Since it has many pockets, it has a high storage capacity, and the removable pocket made of waterproof fabric has a hook for fixing the vinyl bag, so you can carry dirty things separately from other luggage. Functional aspects such as are also substantial. A series of casual bags that have both design and functionality. * GRS certification is a certification program owned by an organization called Textile Exchange in the United States. It is an international product standard that not only traces recycled raw materials, but also examines the global environment such as elimination of processing chemicals containing harmful chemical substances and wastewater management, and examination of the working environment of producers.