The Lil Nas X Drop Cargo Tote Bag 26

Item No. CP959 LHWJL

The Lil Nas X Drop Cargo Tote Bag 26

Item No. CP959 LHWJL
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Color: Lh/Lh/Kitten Lockup Fuchsia
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Shipping Options Price £ Delivery Time
Standard Delivery £5 3-5 Business Days
Standard Delivery Free on orders over £200 3-5 Business Days

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  • Canvas, grosgrain and luxe refined calf leather
  • Zip-top closure, fabric lining
  • Handles with 4" drop
  • Outside turnlock and snap pockets
  • Detachable strap with 24" drop for shoulder or crossbody wear
  • Fits an iPad
  • 10 1/4" (L) x 7 3/4" (H) x 5" (W)
  • Style No. CP959
  • Presenting the Lil Nas X Drop, an edit designed by Coach and curated by Coach Ambassador Lil Nas X, celebrating his unique and expressive approach to style. Carry as much (or as little) as you like with our lightweight Cargo tote. Detailed with a playful graphic inspired by ‘90s underground rave posters and our iconic turnlock closure, this compact 26 has an open interior with room for an iPad, two outside pockets for easy organization and a removable webbing strap for shoulder or crossbody wear. Crafted to last, this versatile carryall is made with cotton sourced from farms that use regenerative agricultural practices* and inspired by our commitment to reducing our impact on the planet. Now no matter where you go with it, you’ll always be toting around a little extra love for the planet.

    *Say what? Just the bag itself, not the trims and straps. But did you know that regenerative agricultural practices help to maintain and rejuvenate land, increase biological diversity, and soil health, and could lead to increased carbon absorption? (Neat!)