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3sixteen releases its Repurposed Bag Collection

The collection was developed in collaboration with DSPTCH.
3sixteen Repurposed Bag Collection

3sixteen is taking their love for vintage military fabrics to a new range of goods called the Repurposed Collection. The first release in the series is an American-made bag collection, developed in collaboration with San Francisco-based DSPTCH. Using the same materials found in US Army Shelter Half tents, the heavy twill has been transformed into an everyday sling bag and a spacious tote. The Sling features details like American-made G2 nickel zippers, a rugged, water-repellant nylon lining, a zippered hidden pocket, and a strap made out of deadstock military cotton webbing. The Tote takes a more utilitarian approach to the popular bag style with a laptop sleeve, organization for essentials like notebooks and pens, a water bottle, and a versatile military webbing strap that can be worn on the shoulder or used as a handle.

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