The Original Royal Navy & Marines Duffel Returns In A Limited Run

Jul 3, 2019

Category: Gear

The handsome everyday carrier you see here was originally issued to the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. However, the Silvermans Royal Navy Canvas Holdall Duffel is now available to civilians and made by the same Ministry of Defense contractor that crafted the original bags.

Constructed using the exact same specs and pattern as the original model, the Royal Navy Canvas Holdall is a durable bag with a timeless design. The duffel is built with heavy-duty canvas and leather with a reinforced base and studded feet, allowing it to serve you well wherever you roam. This everyday duffel is perfect for weekend getaways, short business trips, gym sessions, or even daily trips around the urban jungle. If you want this the Royal Navy Canvas Holdall Duffel, you’ll have to act quickly, as the bag is limited to only a handful of examples. Grab this field-ready carrier today for $314.

Purchase: $314

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