Tod's launches men’s Double Stripe bags in Summer 2013 collection

Tod's launches Double Stripe collection of bags for men in its Spring/Summer 2013 collection

Tod's Double Stripe collection of bags for men

April 25, 2013: For Spring/Summer 2013, Tod’s has launched the Double Stripe collection for men, a range in soft calfskin leather designed for all types of usage: from daytime to night time, from professional to recreational and from office and business travel to weekends away for pleasure. The name derives from the double leather stripe that decorates each piece.

The inspiration for this new project comes from the fact that modern men have a need for flexible, functional accessories that can adapt to a multitude of uses and situations while retaining an air of modern elegance. There are nine different styles available in the Double Stripe Collection, including a weekend bag, a document case, a sporty hold all, a satchel with a shoulder strap, two types of soft briefcase and a messenger bag. All of them are available in two different materials. The models come in six different colours that range from brown and black to contemporary green, red and blue. The collection is enriched by precious details that make these bags versatile and reliable: double and inside pockets, zip, snap hooks for removable handles, and a strong double stitching to make them more resistant.

The stripes can be customized to the customer’s specifications to reflect their favourite combination, choosing between a range of 12 different colours. Customers can also have monograms added on a leather label hand-stitched in the bags.

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