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Game Bag + frame (Storm Grey tweed)

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Game Bag + frame (Storm Grey tweed)

SKU: QGB-GYT

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$600.00
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Brompton Game Bag - Olive Green


Developed in collaboration with British luggage maker Chapman, the supremely functional Game Bag will appeal to the Brompton owner and cycling enthusiast seeking a high-quality accessory that celebrates the best of British manufacturing with style. Handmade in North West England, each bag is made from high-grade, premium materials, providing robust construction and a high level of water resistance for even the most changeable rides. Additionally, every bag is individually checked and hand signed at the Chapman factory.



Features include a large central section with a padded laptop compartment, two wide pockets for easy access to all your essentials and improved leather zip pulls.


Updated for 2016, the Game Bag is now available in two distinct and premium finishes:



  • The Peat Green model is constructed from an heavyweight waxed cotton canvas, made by a specialist producer in Dundee, Scotland, bonded with an inner rubber layer for extra water resistance. The Game Bag is finished with classic brass hardware, sturdy YKK zips and tan brown details.

  • The Storm Grey model is constructed from genuine Harris Tweed, a world-renowned fabric handwoven by traditional methods in the Hebrides, off the coast of Scotland. This hardwearing woollen fabric is bonded with a rubber inner layer and a contrasting coral cotton twill lining to produce a highly stylish, water resistant and durable bag. The look is finished with sublte black leather trim and nickel-plated hardware, using reliable YKK zips.
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