A modern interpretation of the kimono obi, a fusion of tradition and modernity
Cote&ciel, which sells many Japanese-inspired items, this time focused on the kimono obi. This bag is designed with a modern interpretation of the obi, and when you look at it from the front, it starts to look like a woman's way of tying an obi, or a taiko drum. Cote&ciel takes inspiration from traditional items, but creates minimalist and modern items. It's a large size for a body bag, and it's practical as well.
External pockets are placed in easy-to-reach locations while carrying on your back
The part that connects the body to the strap is designed to be thicker and can be used as a zipper pocket. The idea may have come from the fact that small items can be tucked into the obi. Even when hung diagonally, you can reach out and take it in and out, making it extremely convenient to use. When you carry it on your back, it fits softly and hugs your body.
Convenient size, neither too big nor too small
The main compartment is accessed through the top zipper. A 500ml plastic bottle can fit into your PC, notebook, writing utensils, and valuables, making it easy to use for people who don't have a lot of luggage when commuting to work or going out on their days off. There is a pocket on the back side with a snap button closure. Can store PCs and tablets up to 13 inches with cushioning material.
Tough fabric with water-repellent finish for ship sails
We use water-repellent fabric that is a famous canvas material that is also used for ship sails. The already strong canvas is further processed, making it highly durable and the toughest material in Cote&Ciel. The look is made to imitate leather, and although it is made of fabric, it also has a luxurious feel. It is resistant to water and can be used without worrying even in bad weather.
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