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Meridian Convertible Duffle in Waxed Canvas and Smooth Lambskin

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Meridian Convertible Duffle in Waxed Canvas and Smooth Lambskin

$650

Handcrafted from water resistant 18 oz waxed canvas with smooth black lambskin details and matte black finish hardware, this bag expands from a tote to a perfect weekender size duffel. It features a two-way top zip closure at the main compartment, adjustable and detachable shoulder straps with padded leather shoulder detail, collapsible leather top handles for a comfortable grip, and a center divider inside that unsnaps to create additional space. Click on Details & Fit for dimensions.

Details & Fit

The Transience Meridian Convertible Canvas Duffle - Black. Unisex 

Water resistant 18 oz waxed canvas
Smooth black lambskin details
Matte black leather hardware
Zip closure
Detachable shoulder straps

Duffle Shape: 23.5 in (l) x 11 in (h) x 11 in (w) 
Tote Shape: 12.5 in (l) x 12.5 in (h) x 8.5 in (w) 
Shoulder Drop: 11 in - 18 in

Handcrafted in NYC

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Meet the Designer

The Transience is a collection of essential travel bags and small leather goods conceived in 2013 by British designer Sarah Clarkson for an "on the move" lifestyle. Each bag is hand cut and sewn, one piece at a time, in the designer's New York City studio using fine quality leathers and fabrics, Riri zippers, and Italian hardware. The use of traditional and non-traditional construction techniques heavily influence the contemporary, geometric aesthetic of the label.

On the Go

From Les Assorties': Founded in 2013 by British designer Sarah Clarkson, The Transience is a luxury leather goods company specializing in handbags, carryalls and travel bags that suit the lifestyle and demanding needs of commuters and people who are always on the go. The products, constructed using a non-traditional “folding” technique, are hand-cut, sewn and individually number-stamped by Sarah and her team of local leather seamstresses in her New York City studio. We talked to Sarah about her ... Read the Story