The Traveling Backpack (AKA the Traveling Purse)

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Saves 1750 gallons of water
Saves 1.84 pounds of excess
Made in the USA

$ 320.00

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As a part of Girls Inc.'s annual Power of the Purse event, Looptworks joined forces to create this year's traveling purse, a bag that travels with a few local celebrities. At the end of its journey, the bag will return to the annual Power of the Purse Gala, with all proceeds going directly to Girls Inc.

Our interpretation of the traveling purse ended up taking the form of a backpack that could be utilized by a professional woman. (or man) Using durable, upcycled leather from Langlitz Leathers, the design gives a slight nod to female strength. Read more about Langlitz Leathers and how our bag was created below.

Features

  • Outside exterior zipper-pocket
  • Inside felt laptop sleeve
  • Pencil pocket
  • Two adjustable, foam-padded leather back straps
  • Fabric: Langlitz Leather
  • Hardware Color: Antique brass

The Process

The inspiration behind our traveling bag is unity. When traveling, one takes their original self and joins it with a new foreign force, thus integrating each side. And in the end, through complexion, they create harmony.

However, during development, we furthered our efforts in harmony. Through compromise and change between our in-house designers, we created a unity of ideas. From design alterations to material selection, our team wanted to create a backpack that demonstrated strength and empowerment all with a classic look (thanks to the use of Langlitz Leather).

 

About Langlitz Leathers

We made this year's bag from leather excess that comes from Langlitz Leathers, makers of the world’s best motorcycle jackets.

Langlitz hand-picks its leathers from New York, Texas, and Nebraska for its durability, comfort, and longevity.

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Family owned since 1947, Langlitz defined the genre for today's motorcycle jacket. Langlitz Leathers are a symbol of quality and an icon of motorcycle heritage. A 1950's Langlitz Cossack jacket recently went at auction for $15,000.

 

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