Coach Nylon Pocket Satchel
Date Added: December 18, 2005
Coach | Nylon Pocket Satchel
Would you want a bag made completely of nylon fabric? Well, for the sake of having a bag that would be easy to clean, then I would say sure. I absolutely hate the thought and process of cleaning bags; it’s easier said than done to figure out the right type of cleaner for the right type of material. This bag would be nice to have if you don’t like the risk of cleaning your own bag or if you don’t want to send in your bag every month or so to get it cleaned. This new nylon bag can easily be cleaned by just take a damp cloth to it every so often.
This is a sporty version of Coach’s well-liked Pocket Satchel, which is decorated with lavish nylon fabric. Size and function are important factors I take into consideration prior to purchasing a new bag. I need a bag that I can use for multiple purposes, such as for school, shopping, or going out. This bag is well put together for all those purposes.
This new collection has a few unique features that are truly fabulous that characterize this bag on it’s own. The four exterior multi-function / cellphone pockets are nice to though your stuff in that you need for quick access. However, I would be extra careful as to what I put in those pockets. Tis the season of pickpocketers. There are an increased number of crimes around this crazy holiday season. The four exterior pockets, two on the side and two in the front, each have turn lock closures for that extra security.
At this moment in time, at coach.com this bag comes in khaki with white or with lilac trim, white with chocolate brown trim, or a simpler solid black. They sell Coach bags at most Macy’s department stores. Examples of what this collection is available in is listed below
Small pocket satchel (10 5/8 (L) x 5 1/2 (H) x 4 5/8 (W)
Large pocket satchel (13 1/2 (L) x 4 3/4 (H) x 5 3/4 (W)
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