Nocturnal Workshop 2016 Spring/Summer Collection

Be seen with this Canadian label’s reflective bags.

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Vancouver’s own Nocturnal Workshop unveils its range of bag offerings to get you through the Spring/Summer 2016 season. Continuing with its manifesto of safety-oriented reflective designs, the military-inspired collection includes silhouettes such as a rolltop backpack, tote bags, and an innovative new design in the Nisshoku-3 backpack that sports an Italian leather outer layer perforated with a polka dot pattern to reveal a reflective layer beneath. New to this season is another innovation, a mesh and reflective material combination that amplifies the effects of the reflective fabric. Other details include Cordura nylon construction, laminated zipper tape and Duraflex adjusters. Made in Canada, Nocturnal Workshop’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection will be arriving soon at HBX.

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