Commune de Paris x Peters Mountain Works 2013 Fall/Winter "Ohayo 1871" Backpack

Immortalized as the brand that introduced the modern day messenger bag to the streets of Manhattan

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Immortalized as the brand that introduced the modern day messenger bag to the streets of Manhattan back in the 1980s, Peters Mountain Works teams with French fashion label Commune de Paris to release a special edition “Ohayo 1971” Backpack. Having worked with the likes of J.Crew and Opening Ceremony in the past, PMW takes its mainstay Ohayo backpack and applies a color scheme that resembles the French flag to its tough Cordura nylon exterior. Further details include the use of a premium calfskin leather and brass accents to its shoulder straps. This joint effort will be available in limited quantities at select retailers this fall.

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