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Swiza Bertus Blue Everyday Backpack

This lightweight, durable and versatile Swiza Bertus Blue Everyday Backpack is perfect for the daily urban journey to school, work or the gym!

R1,189

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Swiza Bertus Blue Everyday Backpack

The perfect pack for the quick trip.

This lightweight, durable and versatile Swiza Bertus Blue Everyday Backpack is perfect for the daily urban journey to school, work or the gym!

Material

Durable and sporty Ripstop Polyester with PU backing and a 210D PU polyester lining.

Exterior / Interior Pockets

Two spacious compartments with multiple interior organizational pockets.

Handles

Easy-to-carry, soft and comfortable top handle.

Shoulder Straps

Adjustable, ergonomically shaped and padded shoulder strap with signature red SWIZA logo tab

 

About Swiza

 

Founded in 1904, SWIZA has been developing and producing clock movements, alarm clocks and table clocks in Delémont for more than 110 years without interruption. As a real manufactory SWIZA SA produces its own movement.

The team of Helvetica Brands, founded in October 2013 was led by the vision to create a new authentic Swiss knife brand with a home base in the Swiss Jura and a world-wide distribution. The two companies joined forces in opening a new chapter in the SWIZA history book. New SWIZA products, revised branding, new communication and distribution are developed since.

In 2015 the new brand was presented to the public during Baselworld tradeshow in March and in October the new ambassador product, the SWIZA knife was launched.

Switzerland has a new knife!  The legendary Swiss knife, designed for the 21st century.  Complimented by a stylish range of Swiss made watches, and trendy bags and luggage for the modern urban adventurer.  Brought to you by SWIZA, internationally famous for their clocks for 110 years, who could be better qualified to carry these Swiss traditional icons forward?

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