Worn by Joana.
Recycled crossbody bag in manuka
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Purpose designed with Photographers in mind, never miss a moment with the Nautilus Crossbody Bag.
Whether capturing epic waves or distant storms, the Nautilus Crossbody Bag is durably constructed and weatherproof treated - ideal for protecting your kit. With removable padded organiser, essentials pocket and secure roll-top, you'll always be ready to capture the moment.
Worn by Joana.
- Height: 37.5cm / Height when rolled: 22cm / Width: 28.5cm / Depth: 12.5cm
- Recycled 500D High Tenacity Ripstop Nylon outer
- Water-based wax treatment to protect against the elements
- Secure roll-top with bartacked folds for durability
- Adjustable shoulder strap
- External essentials pocket
- Removable padded organiser insert
RECYCLED NYLON FABRIC
Keeping materials in circulation for longer whilst reducing our reliance on fossil-fuel derived virgin plastics.
TRANSPORTED BY SEA
We ship products to our warehouse by land and sea, using less carbon-intensive journeys and avoiding air freight wherever possible.
WATER-BASED WAX DWR
Protecting your bag and your gear without harsh chemicals.
YKK WATERPROOF ZIPS
Industry leading standard to protect your belongings on the move.
Sponge clean with mild detergent
100% Recycled Nylon
Made by Pungkook Saigon II Co., Ltd. in Binh Duong Province, Vietnam.
Deliveries & Returns
Free UK Standard Delivery for orders over £100, in 3-5 working days.
Free 28 day UK Returns.
Free EU Standard Delivery for orders over €180.
Normally delivered within 3 to 5 working days.
Free USA delivery for orders over $100.
Normally delivered within 2 to 3 working days.
£15 Tracked Shipping to Rest of World, with Free Shipping on orders above a certain value.
Please allow up to 7 working days for delivery.
- NicoleVerified BuyerReviewingNautilus Crossbody BagI do not recommend this productRated 3 out of 5 stars4 months agoNot a well thought out bag if you want to use it as a bag
I think this bag was originally meant to be a camera bag but to sell it to a wider group of consumers, they decided to call it a crossbody bag. A few people have already pointed this out - If you take out the bulky internal compartment meant for cameras, you're left with a regular bag with okay straps and no internal pockets/organisation. Given that's how I use it, I don't ever intend to own a DSLR, this bag seems overpriced for what it is (plus I now have a black orgnaiser I have no use for). I would suggest removing the internal compartment from the bag altogether and selling the bag at a lower price, and allowing people to purchase the internal compartment as an add-on.