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This Backpack Is A Contemporary Take On 60s Denim Patchwork

diesel denim backpack LE-MHONIC

* Denim + backpack = 2 timeless classics that are always in style
* Asymmetrical design gives this backpack an artistic edge
* Soft, adjustable 100% leather shoulder straps

Activism is in the air, reminiscent of the 1960s when people took to the streets to advocate for equality, economic justice, an end to violence and other important issues. Style is always reflective of the times, and this Diesel denim LE-MHONIC backpack takes its cues from the patchwork trend that was so popular in the 60s into the 70s and updates it for today’s woman.

Crafted from contrasting washed and treated denim in shades ranging from faded blue to indigo, this backpack also features chunky metal zippers accenting its unique angular shape. The design is a modern interpretation of an iconic classic.

Generously proportioned at 5.9” wide x 13” high x 12.6” deep, the backpack is designed to hold your stuff securely and comfortably. The bag includes adjustable leather straps and a leather top handle, so you can change it up and carry it as a tote. Two side zip pockets keep your phone and other valuables safe but easily accessible.

Since 1978, Diesel has been not just about the power and beauty of denim, but about making a statement about individuality and self-expression. The company is driven by passion and dedicated to innovation, artistry and technical expertise, and this backpack is an eloquent expression of the company’s roots and vision for the future.

Whether you’re attending a march or just heading out for the day, this Diesel backpack reminds you that denim isn’t just for jeans – it’s a way of life.

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