Red Leather Ferrari-Inspired Lauda Document Case$ 485
- Product Notes
This smart red documents bag is just the thing for zipping around the city with style. It has three separate compartments, silver-toned hardware and an backl zipped-pocket for essentials. It has an adjustable strap with a leather non-slip shoulder-pad. Wear it cross-body or over the shoulder. This bag is part of Caracalla’s Lauda range, which pays homage to motoring legend Niki Lauda and the Ferrari 312T. He drove this care in 1975 in Monza, Italy, where he won the F1 Drivers and Constructors world championships, as well to wins in Monaco, Belgium, Sweden, France and the US. The original number 12 insignia is in white and black leather in identical period style, while the marque's Italian heritage is referenced with a flag of red, white and green leather.
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- Size Notes
Length 39cm, width 30cm, height 10cm
- Materials and Care Notes
Made in Italy
- Delivery & returns
Due to the current global situation there might be delays in shipping. Our customer service team are available for any support you may require during this period.
This product is in Italy. It will be dispatched in 3-5 working days.
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Founded in the UK in 2005, Caracalla 1947 creates luxury motorsport-inspired luggage and accessories for those who appreciate quality and well-considered design. Their philosophy is simple; combine the best of British design with the best of Italian craftsmanship.
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