THE BROOKS BRIXTON SATCHEL
The highly versatile Brixton satchel. Use it as a shoulder bag or easily expand it for use as a tote. The dimensions of this bag make it perfect for shopping and carrying in the Hoxton basket.
- Shoulder strap forms a waist belt for increased stability without adjustments to strap length.
- Handmade in Italy
- W:36cm, H:32/41cm, D:12cm
- Vol:14/19L Weight:1100g
About Brooks England
Brooks England are unrivalled in producing comfortable, stylish leather saddles for well over a century. In a constantly evolving marketplace it is vital to remain unique and to genuinely strive to keep research and development at the forefront of the product line, and Brooks England have achieved this with the Cambium range. The key functions of the Cambium; immediate comfort, maintenance free and weatherproof design, combined with the style and longevity for which Brooks is most famous, appeal to passionate Brooks stalwarts along with a far reaching cycling genre, from commuters and winter training roadies, to mountain bike and cyclocross riders looking for the most comfortable saddle available. Replaceable hardware extends practicality for riders travelling to remote places, and whilst the Cambium will not mould to your form like the leather option, the hammock shape and flexibility is still firmly in place.
So what does this mean for leather?
Brooks leather production continues unabated in Smethwick, Birmingham, and in fact has significantly increased over the last 3 years. The demand continues, and with the introduction of the Cambium range there is an option for everyone to experience and enjoy Brooks expertise, craftsmanship and passion!
As a partner to the saddle and accessory ranges, Brooks England have an extensive range of luggage products, from the stylish Transit line, with popular models such as the Pickwick Rucksack and Barbican Messenger, to the unique Utility line, which features 2000mm Bluesign waterproof fabric and designs perfect for the daily commute. Brooks England have been manufacturing bags since the late 19th Century, and continue to adapt and develop the range to suit the modern cyclist.