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Recycled sails are a material of limitless possibilities. That's why 8beaufort now also has backpacks, weekenders and more. What the bag collection can do

»No other canvas bag offers so much flexibility, so much freedom«

Do you know this feeling?

You stumble straight from a business meeting into the harbor pub, maybe the other way around, or you want to spontaneously sail across the city lake during your city trip and think: How practical would a bag be that can withstand something and can put something away. A bag that goes with a suit and sneakers. A bag for day and night...

We at 8beaufort know this feeling. And because we have long wanted such a reliable companion, we have simply expanded our product range and, in addition to shoes, are now also creating bags made of recycled sails and natural materials.

You can get our new BORNHOLM collection as a weekender, backpack, messenger bag, shoulder bag or body bag. That means: enough space for both small and large plans. With its simple design and the restrained white, gray and beige tones, our first line of bags suits every occasion and every look. In addition, each model comes with a key ring in the form of a carabiner, which is not only quite practical, but also illustrates the unmistakable style of the 8beaufort.hamburg brand.

Above all , our BORNHOLM collection keeps what it promises. proverbial.

Thanks to the size-changing roll tops, you can easily stow away one or two more clothes and take them with you. The waxed cotton and sailcloth that used to be yachts weighing tons pulled across the North Sea and Baltic Sea are extremely robust. And the many integrated and padded compartments not only ensure order, but also protect mobile phones, tablets and laptops, no matter how wild adventure .

No other canvas bag offers you so much flexibility, so much freedom. And thanks to 8beaufort's connection to waves, wind and sea, you always have a fresh breeze of wanderlust with you.

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