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- This Dowel Rod/Portfolio Computer Case is from the Kenneth Cole New York Colombian Leather Collection.
- Take work back to the old school days with the retro-inspired Dowel Rod/Portfolio Computer Case.
- Laptop compartment can accommodate up to a 15.4" laptop.
- Natural hide Colombian leather on the outside of the bag feels like butter to the touch while the lined interior protects your contents.
- Nylon shoulder strap can be adjusted to accommodate your personal carrying length preference.
- Traditional dowel rod provides a cushioned hand-carry option when transporting the bag like a briefcase.
- Magnetic flap closure on the back lifts up to reveal a zippered pocket and the perfect place to store your business files.
- Forward flap with tucklock closure features two gusseted pockets at the front that also include a dedicated cell phone pocket, two pen loops, and three card slots.
- Main compartment boasts a padded laptop section with hook-and-loop strap closure and enough additional room for extra business files or your computer accessories.
- Bottom Width: 16 in
- Middle Width: 16 in
- Top Width: 16 in
- Depth: 5 in
- Height: 13 1⁄2 in
- Strap Length: 60 in
- Strap Drop: 30 in
- Handle Length: 8 in
- Handle Drop: 1 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 4 lbs 1 oz
- Proposition 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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Kenneth Cole Reaction Colombian Leather - Dowel Rod/Portfolio Computer Case
I saw this bag hanging off a guy's shoulder on the Metro in DC. My daughter took a picture of it for me with her phone and I searched for it online as soon as I got home and ordered it. I've had it for over four and a half years now and it looks cooler than the day I bought it. Well designed; holds a ton of gear-my laptop, several file folders in the back, a thick planner and several small notebooks in the front and my ipod and cell phones in the outside pockets. It's extremely durable, takes on a great color with age and every strap, buckle and zipper works as well as day 1. I travel over 120 days a year and I get compliments on this bag almost weekly. I want to buy another one just for the sad, sad day this one gives out- if it ever does.
I'd also recommend: Filson, Korchmar, Jack Spade
- Mark A - customer
- from Knoxville, TN
- March 2, 2013
Really good value. Nice leather, and it looks more expensive than it is. The hardware is very nice looking, and I compared it to a number of other briefcases - no contest. I don't like the brand name stamped in the front, but was willing to overlook it because of how nice the briefcase is overall.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Berkeley, CA
- September 16, 2012