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Rusher Pleasures Khaki

£40.00

More Options PLEASURES RUSHER PleasuresKhaki

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Our compact Eastpak crossbody bag is reinvented in the subversive style of the LA-based streetwear brand Pleasures. This lightweight shoulder bag is reworked with Pleasures' bold graphics and slogans. Stash your essentials in the zip-fastening pockets and adjust the strap to suit your style.
  • In the Pleasures Khaki colourway
  • Zip-fastening main compartment with multiple pockets
  • Height: 25cm, Width: 18cm, Depth: 2cm
  • Crafted from 100% polyester
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • Wrapping bag
  • No animal products are used to make this 100% vegan product
  • 100% Vegan
Height:
23 cm
Width:
18 cm
Depth:
2 cm
Volume:
1.5 Liter
Weight:
100 g
Warranty:
30 years
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  • Collection point - Free

    Free delivery at your preferred collection point, delivered within 5-7 working days (under normal circumstances) - Free returns.

Free Returns

If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase you can return it for a full refund within 30 days from the date of delivery providing it has not been worn or used and it is in its original packing. For more details on Eastpak's return policy

Pleasures x Eastpak

We’ve teamed up with Pleasures to launch a collection of three streetwear staples. Our collaboration transforms our Eastpak icons in the eclectic style of the Los Angeles-based brand.

Streetwear staples inspired by subculture

Our collaboration with Pleasures remixes our classic backpack, crossbody and tote bag designs with graphics and slogans shaped by subculture. Since it was founded in 2015, the American streetwear label has taken inspiration from grunge, metal and punk music.