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Rowing Blazers x Lands' End Small Seagoing Duffle - Green

Rowing Blazers x Lands' End Duffle Bag - $55
or 4 interest-free payments of $13.75
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Rowing Blazers x Lands' End Small Seagoing Duffle - Green

Rowing Blazers x Lands' End Duffle Bag $55
or 4 interest-free payments of $13.75
by

Notes

Limited edition Lands’ End x Rowing Blazers Small Seagoing Duffle bag. 18” long with a 9” diameter. 

Details

Inspired by the Lands' End Seagoing Duffle from the ’70s. Built from durable Cordura fabric that resists tears, scuffs and abrasions. Adjustable shoulder strap with snaphooks for easy detachment. Snap-close handle wrap. Molded plastic zippers from Ideal zippers. One internal hanging mesh pocket. 100% polyester. Spot clean. Imported.

About Rowing Blazers x Lands' End

Rowing Blazers is proud to release a limited-edition capsule collection with iconic American heritage brand Lands’ End. Inspired by Lands’ End’s rich history, the capsule features American-made rugby shirts in 100% cotton and weekend bags in Lands' End’s trademark Seagoing Duffle construction.

Lands’ End is no stranger to the rugby shirt, creating and designing the official jerseys for the USA Eagles in the late 1980s. They passed the field test and have been a beloved part of the brand’s offering ever since. As proud purveyors of the rugby shirt ourselves, and the official blazer supplier to the USA men’s and women’s rugby teams, we like building on Lands’ End’s legacy while tapping into the irreverent style that Rowing Blazers has become known for.

“Rowing Blazers and Lands’ End might seem at first blush to be at opposite ends of the spectrum,” said Rowing Blazers founder Jack Carlson. “Lands’ End is based in Dodgeville, Wisconsin and pioneered the American catalogue; Rowing Blazers is based in SoHo and in some ways has more in common with streetwear brands. But I’ve always loved Lands’ End, and there’s a lot of very meaningful shared DNA. Lands’ End began as a sailing and yacht supply company; Rowing Blazers began as a supplier and outfitter for rowing clubs. There’s a shared passion of the stories behind products; a real love for color, simplicity, and meaning. Perhaps most importantly, the rugby shirt has become a key category for both brands. I think Lands’ End should be credited in no small part with introducing the rugby shirt as a staple of the American wardrobe; taking it from a niche or novelty item, and making it a true staple.”


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