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Code Alpha Hybrid Garment / Duffel Bag

By: on April 06, 2016
$76.90
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The Code Alpha Hybrid Garment Duffel Bag gives you a way to keep your dapper garments all pressed and tidy without revealing to the rest of the world that you give two pleats about keeping your dapper garments all pressed and tidy. Or that you press and tidy your clothes at all. Or that you call them "garments."

Code Alpha's hybrid traveler works well for anything from weekend weddings in Vegas to gym-to-gigolo exploits to secret Bond missions that (obviously) kick off with a black tie event. Its full-perimeter zippers lead the case's quick transition from flat garment to cylindrical duffel bag, and a complete set of organizer pockets are accessible in either mode.

The bag's top flap has a standard bar hook Velcro-sealed inside it for hanging, and cross bars running along the bottom to keep clothes from squashing and wrinkling. Code Alpha issues their garment / duffel in 7 different, mostly camo colors. It is made of 600 denier polyester.

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