What’s on most people’s mind right now, is probably: ‘Okay, another Louis Vuitton Bag’. And, ‘it’s from the Keepall Collection, so what?’.
Can’t blame them, there are so-many Louis Vuitton bags that I have literally lost counts. From duffle to shoulders, from luggage to buckets, but anyways, this bag is a new release. Listen to what we’ve to say, starting with the history:
The original Keepall bag was first introduced in 1930, it’s even older than the iconic ‘speedy bag’. Throughout the years the Keepall have been refined and modernized to match our time of fashion. And the Louis Vuitton Damier Carbone Keepall Bandoulière bag was first launched in 2011.
A marvelous release because it’s the first time that Louis Vuitton has mixed the Keepall with carbon fiber material. And as an extension, the brand has added a bigger size to its collection.
Carbon fiber and Keepall are the perfect combination because it strengthens what the Keepall stands for, which was initially made for traveling. An ideal carry-on should be lightweighed, this edition is 35 percent lighter than the monogram and the Damier canvas version. Carbon fiber makes the Keepall bag resistance to high chemicals and makes it high temperature tolerance, low thermal expansion and it gives a high tensile strength. With all these features, the traveler can move from the India to Japan, from the mountains to the Amazon with style.
It comes with a removable and adjustable strap, finished with aluminium and silver brass pieces, including a padlock. The interior is embellished with double flap pocket. With this new addition, there are now in total two sizes available. The Keepall 45 is measured 17.7″ x 9.8″ x 7.9″ and the Keepall 55 is measured 21.7″ x 11.8″ x 9.4″.
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