Coming in two sizes “Paka Mara” (large) and “Tipika” (small), each bag is crafted with four panels of nylon twill, each in a different shade of brown. The two-way specification of the bag allows it to be held with a small handle, or with a shoulder strap that appears when the tote is turned inside out.
Taking inspiration from a coffee bean, the bag can be easily packed away into an attached pouch which results in the tote forming a silhouette in the shape of a coffee bean.
Both of the brand logos are placed on the front and back of the bag body, while the included carabiner also allows it to be attached to a rucksack or a handbag if on the move.
The PORTER x Sarutahiko Coffee tote bags launch online on June 27, 2020, and will be available from the Sarutahiko web store, retailing from ¥15,000 (approximately $140 USD) for “Tipika” and ¥17,000 (approximately $160 USD) for “Paka Mara”.
In related news, PORTER has chaneled ’50s paperboys with a denim newspaper bag.