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Rogue RAF Pilot bag

This Rogue RAF Pilot canvas bag is the newest addition to the Rogue range of  canvas bags and is already a great favourite. It is unashamedly a copy of an original pilot bag from the 1950’s – just brilliant! It is made from 510g heavy cotton canvas and has leather trim in a rich oxblood colour. Pilot bag has heavy duty lockable brass zips. This Rogue bag is stunning and well designed (as you would expect) – it has tie down D-rings on the outside for lashing down in a plane for stowage and inside has snap hooks for securing clothes inside and to stop them moving around. It also has a section at the bottom for shoes and boots with a canvas cover to keep them separate from clothing. There is a canvas flap that goes over all of the bags contents right under the zip so no clothes can get caught in the zip area. Rogue Pilot bag has a lovely cotton label sewn in to tell the story of the pilot bag.
Rogue RAF pilot bag
The Rogue Pilot bag has a huge capacity – the biggest of all Rogue bags, and is like the Tardis – we took one on our last visit to Zimbabwe and it was absolutely perfect – roomy, strong, stylish and really practical.  Muddy shoes kept separate from our clothes and straps inside the bag held clothes in place during the journey.

Bag has a a leather pouch on the side that you can put your name, address, destination etc inside.

Bag measures L 70cm, H 33cm W 26cm

Available in sand or olive colour canvas.
Rogue RAF pilot bag

A stunning bag that is totally unique!  Available from Kendrick Imports £195 including P&P

One Response to “Rogue RAF Pilot bag”

  1. Hi Martin, Sorry we don’t know a Frank Kendrick – sorry we can’t help but good luck with finding him, Best regards


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