Temple’s soon-to-be-released Dopp Kitt ($55) is a great looking upgrade for those of you wanting to class up your travel gear. Its amazing rugged looks come from re-claimed WWII era canvas that’s been weathered, aged, and reborn into a bag. The leather detailing has also been salvaged off Swiss bread bags from the 1940s. Measuring 12″ long, there’s plenty of room to hold your basic toiletries and organize smaller items in the bag’s internal sleeve pockets. Thanks to a waterproof and wipeable lining, you can also forget about unpacking and discovering your favorite jacket covered in shampoo. Available for pre-order now with an official ship date of November 10th, $55 is a steal for such a useful travel accessory that looks this good.
Editor’s Note: Wonder why they’re called Dopp kits? Well a 20th century German immigrant and leather craftsman by the name Charles Doppelt happened to invent it in 1919.
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