This Leather Duffel Bag Is The Ultimate Gift For Service Members And Military Aficionados

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High on Leather is a retailer out of India with one mission: to modernize the military duffel. Here’s how they describe the inspiration behind their unique design:

This army style duffle bag is modelled on the well-known "buy it for life" designs which are even used by the US military even in this rendition is a little additional up-to-date and inarguably much more stylish. Produced from 100% Veg tanned leather, this retro duffle bag is essential if you are looking for a bag that takes a battle for a lifetime.

They were kind enough to send one into Task & Purpose for some intensive analysis. Check out our review.

Photo via High on Leather

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