Hard Graft announce two new canvas bags designed for leisure

New canvas collection, focusing on leisure, consisting of a party and gym bag

Monaco-based design team, Hard Graft, has announced two new bags to their expanding portfolio. With an emphasis on leisure, the small collection consists of a Party Bag, which is like a large tote, and Game Bag, which is practical flat design to hold the majority of your kit. Both are made in Italy, supplied in taupe grey canvas, with leather accents, cotton straps and off-white webbing.

The Party Bag is a practical bag designed for a weekend away or day by the beach

The Party Bag is is a relaxed design ideal for taking to the beach, a short weekend away, or to head to a friends house for a spontaneous party. Designed as a large tote, it’s 65x48x17cm, is supplied as a flexible and expandable bag for your clothing, a blanket, some wine and nibbles to share with other people. The bag includes three large internal pockets but lacks a shoulder strap.

The Game Bag is a horizontal design, designed for sport. Take it to the gym, for a summer kick around down the park, for a training session and more. Coming it at 47x22x29cm it’s wider than it is high, ideal for pair of trainers, your kit, towel and everything you need for your workout. Also includes three internal pocket and two extra long shoulder straps to hang the bag across your back.

At Short Motivation we applaud that Hard Graft has designed the new collection in canvas, making the bags hard wearing and suitable for being thrown around on the move, without fearing damage which can easily affect a suede bag.

Both bags are available now from the Hard Graft website. The Party Bag is supplied in off grey for $375/€414 whilst the Game Bag is also listed at $375/€414.



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