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Porter Yoshida Kaban

Porter Snack Pack (S)-160


Lightweight pouch for staying organized during your travels as well as daily life. The S-160 is shaped like a cube, ideal for organizing apparel or innerwear in your luggage. 

  • Dimensions: 7in width x 7in height x 6.3in depth 
  • Material: Nylon twill (silicone coated) + triple-urethane coating on back
  • Weight: 60grams
  • Handmade in Japan

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About Porter
Created in 1935 by Kichizo Yoshida, Porter Yoshida Kaban has been producing timeless and functional bags that are built to last. As Porter continues to grow as a global force, they remain devoted to all products being handmade in Japan by one craftsman from beginning to end. Their devotion to quality and ‘spirit into every stitch’ is why Porter is an iconic Japanese staple amongst businessmen, adventurers, and fashion lovers.

About Snackpack Series
The snack pack series is a line of pouches dedicated to the art of packing and organization. It is intended for travel, though can be used in your daily life as well. The 2 colors that PORTER has chosen are a military inspired green-- ‘olive drab’, and a funky yet sophisticated pink-- ‘scarlet’.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The snack pack series won an award at Tokyo’s ‘Good Design Show’ in 2011.