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  • Harford Double Zip Crossbody - Chocolate Suede/Chocolate Stripe
  • Harford Double Zip Crossbody - Chocolate Suede/Chocolate Stripe

Kempton & Co.

Harford Double Zip Crossbody - Chocolate Suede/Chocolate Stripe

$ 425.00

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Our Harford Double Zip Crossbody isn't any ordinary crossbody.
  
Two of everything: two leather pouches, two different leathers, two looks. Handmade with chocolate suede and our favorite stripe in buttery leather; the flip-side with the reverse- buttery chocolate leather and a suede stripe.
  
On the one hand, it's an elegant mini satchel, a crossbody wallet, an iPhone pouch. On the other, remove its adjustable leather strap, and ta da! You've got a casual clutch purse or luxury makeup bag. 
 

Made with soft suede calf skin and cowhide, lined with cotton, and trimmed with a brass zipper and Kenyan toggle. Similar to the Nottingham Double Zip Crossbody, the Harford Double Zip Crossbody offers more space within the two compartments in one perfect crossbody.

Store your phone, sunnies, makeup and other small cosmetics. With detachable and adjustable straps, this bag can easily transform into a stylish clutch.

       

Have we mentioned that it's the ideal airplane bag? For those always exploring, keep your iPad inside snugly while keeping it next to you on the plane without getting squished. Truly the perfect travel companion, especially if your current one snores!

 

 

 

Available in olive suede with a black stripe or chocolate suede with a chocolate calfskin stripe. For a smaller silhouette, try our Nottingham Double Zip Crossbody. 
  
Dimensions: 

10 1/2" H x 8" W x 3 3/4"

Handle Drop: 23 1/2" Adjustable to: 25 1/2"

 

We collaborate on the zipper toggles with Kenyan artisans. All work on them is done entirely by hand with simple tools and machinery, using locally sourced (in Kenya) materials. These up-cycled materials are used to generate income for small artisan groups working mostly in Kibera, one of Nairobi’s largest slums.

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