After some serious arm twisting from End Clothing, Nigel Cabourn has decided to make some additional Indian Khaki Drill bags exclusively after the last batch sold out so fast.
This is a really big deal … these bags are made from 100% genuine deadstock Indian Khaki Drill from 1942. Yep these bags are made from material from WWII. It doesn’t get much more deadstock than that! These specific bags also happen to be the very last of Nigel’s deadstock material. Now do you see why this is a big deal?
Available in 2 styles, the Army Satchel and Edgar Hodall, these bags are dripping with retro steeze. Personally they make me want to swing one on my bag and start exploring unknown desert lands with a matching hard hat. Both bags are produced in the UK and use very high quality bridal leather. The oversized military green zips and matching lining give these bags added character, just when you thought they couldn’t have any more.
If you like these bags, this is your last chance to buy one … ever. Nigel has no more deadstock fabric left so this big will never ever be remade. So much history presented in such a stylish manor. Timeless.
Both bags are available from End Clothing now … don’t sleep!