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Coach launches men's bags made with Cordura fabric
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Apr '18
Coach launches men
Coach, a design house of modern luxury leather goods, apparel, footwear, eyewear, and a full range of lifestyle accessories, has launched new men’s bags made with lightweight and eco-efficient Cordura fabric by Invista, a leading producer of chemical intermediates. Cordura fabric is a primary ingredient in many high-performance gear and apparel products.

Designed for living and crafted to last, the collection now includes six new styles featuring signature Coach leather trimmed accents combined with durable Cordura fabric made with recycled fibre technology.

Styles now available with eco-efficient Cordura fabric technology include the academy backpack, metropolitan brief, metropolitan camera bag, metropolitan tote, explorer bag, and explorer bag 52. The bags are designed with the ‘modern man’ in mind, offering classic silhouettes and functional features for limitless adventure.

Cindy McNaull, global Cordura brand and marketing director said, “Through this collaboration, we’re able to demonstrate that durability isn’t only for the extreme - it can be embraced in every facet of our lives for long-lasting stylish products that stand the test of time.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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