Yebo Bag is a leather well fitted laptop bag. It has class, and it's essential for the dapper man. This handsome structured bag will help you carry things in style as it comes with 2 interior compartments. It has an outer pouch pocket for transporting documents with ease and 6 loops for pencils and pen. Carry Yebo bag by its top handle or wear it by its detachable strap. This cowhide leather laptop for men is all the motivation you will need to head to the office for work.
This magnificent Apollo leather laptop bag is built to make a statement about who you are – on and off duty. Stylish and functional, it is the perfect embodiment of the modern professional.
With a padded compartment for an at least 15” laptop, the bag measures 16” by 3.5” by 12”. The lined interior has a zipped pocket end to end and separate pockets for pens, business cards, notes and all valuables.
The back has a full body length zip and the front has two zipped expandable pockets that provide storage and easy access for your small electronics and gadgets. Its portability is made easier by an adjustable and removable 45” long leather strap and as well as a top carrying full leather tote handle.
Introducing The Khaya Waistbag. A unisex limited edition capsule. A modern take on the fannypack using strong and structured lines to showcase a reinterpretation of traditional African aesthetics.
Printed vegetable tanned leather comprising of three African inspired custom graphics of which two were created especially for us in collaboration with artist Brian Tompkins.
Deriving inspiration from the geometric shapes handwoven on traditional Kuba cloth, then taking those shapes and creating ones with softer and more curved lines, Multidisciplinary Artist, Brian Tompkins created an amalgamation between the Kuba shapes and Bushmen drawings found in Southern Africa.
Taking its creative inspiration from the lifestyle of the Afar people, the WAWI 2021 bag collection was developed in collaboration with two artists; Micheal Tsegaye and Isabel Tesfazghi. The Afar society represents a vivid example of the many African cultures passing through the turbulence of globalization while resiliently struggling to maintain their indigenous identities. Photographed by Micheal Tsegaye in 2019, the Afar man