'Zero Waist' Sling Bag | M84 Camo
Designed to carry daily essentials, the Zero Waist crossbody sling bags are handmade one-by-one using offcuts of premium fabrics & trims. The crossbody bags are Zero Waist by name & Zero Waste by nature.
L – 24cm
W – 14cm
D – 3.5cm
Strap length: Min. 65cm – Max. 135cm.
Exterior: M84 Danish Camo Pattern | Trim: Black
The Zero Waist crossbody sling bag joins the Both Barrels family at a time when travel & sustainability have never been more important. With daily routines changing beyond compare & more items to carry under new regulations, we’ve taken the opportunity to create a brand new pack which uses up surplus fabric.
We’re able to offer the same incredible premium performance materials in the smallest pack form. The fabric is waterproof, lightweight & durable M84 Camo 1000D Cordura Nylon with every panel cut & sewn individually by hand. By creating a new, useful & beautiful product we’re able to further reduce our environmental impact & stay true to our innovative, design-led, core values.
The sling bag can be worn in one of three ways. To the side over the shoulder, across the body in front, or behind the back. The adjustable strap helps you to find your fit. Thanks to a secure D-link & robust tri-glide slider, adjustments can be made quickly, easily & securely.
The zipped front pocket is the fabled waterproof YKK Aquaguard. Smooth in operation, reliable in performance & offer easy access to the main compartment. The pullers feature high performance Dyneema cord extensions for easy location & improved accessibility. Additional external storage is found via a neat slip pocket on the back panel.
In addition to the high-definition woven label logo sign off to the external lower right corner, the interior is trimmed with our signature ‘british built’ woven label.
The bag help to free up pocket space, provide a safe place for face mask, hand sanitiser, tickets, small items, phone, camera or anything you’d like to have to hand. The bags are great for travel, commuting, outdoor walking, cycling or the necessities for dog walking. Where will you go with yours?