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Porter-Yoshida & Co. Tanker 3-Way Briefcase in Black

Porter-Yoshida & Co.

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If you’re looking for something a little more streamlined than a backpack, but with all the same practical utility…look no further. This slightly bigger-than-a-briefcase bag is modeled on MA-1 flight jackets — the 3-layer construction and durable nylon exterior will hold up to whatever you throw at them, while careful detailing and the deep navy hue keep things professional. Features include a main-zip closure with two compartments and button-through front pockets for easy organization. It’s designed with top handles, a shoulder strap, and hidden backpack straps, so you can carry it however you like. 

This bag is part of our Okura Capsule. Okura means “warehouse” in Japanese, and this collection reflects Todd’s love of all things utility — picture yourself stepping into a vintage spot in Harajuku, loaded with workwear, indigo-dyed fabrics, and other East-meets-West spins on Ivy League, ski, and surf style. 

Established in 1962, Porter Yoshida Kaban’s durable, practical and stylish military-inspired nylon bags are made exclusively in Japan. Fun fact: “kaban” is actually the Japanese word for “bag.”

    • Shell: 100% Nylon
    • Made in Japan
    • Matching Rucksack and 2-Way Boston Bag Available
    • Dimensions: 17x13x6
    • Contrast Lining
    • Main Zip Closure
    • Two Interior Compartments
    • Button-Closure Front Pockets
    • Style Number 622-79308
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