by QwstionZurich
190 €

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As we previously mentioned

"Swiss bag brand QWSTION is launching the Organic Navy Edition bags as part of it’s collection of urban luggage for Autumn/Winter 2014. ..."


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Want the look of a bag, but the function of a backpack?
So grab this no-fuss, dependable piece of luggage, throw it over your shoulders and carry your laptop and documents wherever you go. And if you’re not in a backpack mood, the side handle allows you to turn it into a casual bag.
The stitched-in Neoprene protection cover takes care of your Laptop and iPad®. Everything is always readily available. It’s as simple as that.


Shell Fabric: 100% certified organic cotton
Lining: 100% certified organic cotton
Straps: 100% rayon with Circlestich®
Size: 48x31x16 cm
Weight: 1.1 kg
Volume: 23 L
large main compartment
300° two-way zip system with twistlock
quick access front pocket
inside zipper pocket
integrated neoprene laptop pockets, fit up to 17" MacBookPro® and iPad®
valuables pocket on backside
side & top handles
adjustable shoulder straps
back panel comfort padding
vegetable-tanned leather trims

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The QWSTION story started in 2008, when Sebastian Kruit joined forces with the creative dynamic of Swiss industrial designers Christian Kaegi and Fabrice Aeberhard, graphic designer Matthias Graf and joker Hannes Schoenegger. They had all been searching for a bag that closes the gap between functional sports bags and elegant fashion bags. As nothing on the market could satisfy their needs, they founded their brand, in the former industrial district of Zurich, Switzerland. Their desire to create products that are for everyday use and independent in style led to the development of bags that work just as well on a bicycle as in a business meeting. They question the norm in matters of look, function and construction and pursue the integration of these aspects in their designs.