O Sacoche - Black
O Sacoche is a collaboration between Campbell Cole and London-based freelance photographer Oliver Hooson. Designed together and inspired by Oli’s lifestyle, the small bag is the perfect size for your daily essentials (phone, wallet, keys…) and is worn cross body to keep everything safe and secure.
O Sacoche is made using a double-faced polyester fleece fabric, which contains yarns made from recycled plastic bottles and has been treated on both sides with a durable water repellent finish.
The bag’s main zip compartment features a long zip puller with a tactile raised silicone logo print making it easy to access even when wearing gloves. At the rear of the bag, a discrete slip pocket is where you will find the hand written batch label, a subtle reminder that these bags are made in the UK in small batches. The length of the paracord shoulder strap can be quickly and easily adjusted using the cord toggle depending on your height and how you like to wear the bag.
Designed & Made in England.
O Sacoche is made in small hand numbered batches in Nottingham.
- 22 cm x 17.5 cm (not including strap)
- Adjustable paracord strap
- 1 main zip pocket on the front, 1 slip pocket on the back
- 100% polyester, contains recycled polyester
- Durable water repellent finish
- Nylon zip, made in Italy
- Handwritten batch label
Up to 4 capital letters or numbers can be embroidered onto the top of the front pocket, in either BLACK, WHITE or STONE thread.
Personalisation takes up to 7 days. If you need your bag urgently, please contact us before placing your order to discuss lead-time.
We are unable to accept returns for items that have been personalised.
Campbell Cole creates accessories for those who share an appreciation for the confidently understated.
Designers Ian and Felicity Campbell Cole value the connection that is developed with an item used every day, a consideration that informs a thoughtful design process with a focus on quality.
Inspired by simple timeless design.
Campbell Cole products are Designed & Made in England.