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This textured backpack is crafted from cotton-polyester with KL logo woven into the fabric, makes a great as a travel bag.

  • Outer - Outer - Cotton-Polyester
  • Lining - Material with KL logo
  • Adjustable back straps with top handle
  • 21cm end to end, Small PU Leather carry handle
  • Main access pocket comes hidden 2 zips
  • 3 Internal pockets, one with a zip
  • 3 External pockets 2 with zips
  • External & internal access zip pockets
  • Metal - KL Rue St-Guillaume Logo
  • Size - W 30cm - H 40cm - D 16cm

The first to officially move toward the modern backpack was Henry Merriam. In 1878, Merriam was issued a patent for his Knapsack: a pack which used an external sheet-metal frame. Meanwhile, in 1920, an outdoorsman named Lloyd Nelson took a stab at redesigning his pack after visiting Alaska. The wood and sealskin packs used by the indigenous people in the area provided all the inspiration he needed. Nelson designed a wood frame pack with canvas bands, and used steel pins to attach a cloth bag. This way, users could detach the bag with ease. In 1938, Gerry Cunningham introduced the first backpack with zippered closures. Until then, packs had only used buckles and straps.

Weight: 0.5 kg

Product of: Karl Lagerfeld

Country of Origin: Germany

Country of Manufacture: China