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This eye-catching version of our newest tote is the pinnacle of design and function in our lineup of totes. Supertough like the original, it features waxed canvas highlights, attractive brass and leather trim with organizational features you'll love.
Dimensions: 14"H x 16"W x 7.5"D.
Capacity: Approx. 1,680 cu. in.
24 oz. cotton duck with waxed cotton lining.
Antiqued brass metal hardware and rivets.
Full-grain leather handles and trim.
Interior zippered apron pocket with key fob.
Storage behind apron pocket will accommodate most 10" tablets.
Detachable, adjustable cross-body shoulder strap.
Made in Maine.
Why We Love It
It's hard to improve on our legendary Boat and Totes, but that's exactly what we've done with this beautiful new tote. It's built with the same heavy-duty cotton duck canvas but features waxed canvas on the bottom, external pocket and interior lining. It's also equipped with a shoulder strap, brass hardware, leather details and an interior pocket that will hold a 10-inch tablet. Like the original, it's expertly handcrafted in Maine.
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1 out of 1 of reviewers would recommend this product.
This tote is versatile and well made. I had a gift card and have always wanted one of the classic boat tote bags, but when I saw this one I was drawn to... more
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August 20, 2018
I just wish L.L.Bean still offered regular design Boat and Tote with the option of leather handles. The fabric handles cut into my hands, and the leather handles are much more durable. Glad to see this new design with leather, but it's a bit pricey, when all I want is a plain tote . . .
P.S. Thanks for still making them in Maine !