Tudor Rose Tablet/Netbook Messenger Bag
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In 1485, Henry Tudor defeated King Richard III in battle, thus ending the War of the Roses. As King Henry VII, he married Elizabeth of York, and symbolically combined the red rose of Lancaster and the white rose of York into one sigil -- the Tudor Rose.

Our Tablet / Netbook bags have an interior measurement of 12" wide by 9" tall and 3.5" deep. They feature a wide elastic band against the back wall, to hold your iPad, netbook, or other electronics securely in place while leaving room for other items in front. 

The small pocket at the front of the bag measures 9" wide by 5" tall, and is expandable to 1.5" deep. Large enough to hold checkbook, iPhone, etcetera.

The back pocket runs the width of the bag, and is 8.5" tall.

The cotton webbing shoulder strap is adjustable up to 4 feet, by means of a slide buckle, and the front flap closes using a pair of adjustable plastic side-release buckles at the base.

Note: The final two pictures are only a demonstration of the practical space in the bag, and are NOT a picture of the actual bag listed here.

All bags are made to order. Please allow up to three weeks for construction before your bag ships.

  • Item #: Tudor Rose Tablet Bag

Tudor Rose Tablet/Netbook Messenger Bag

Price: $53.00
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