preposterous - Drawstring Bag
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Drawstring Bag

Essentials for the gym and short trips. This simple and stylish little specimen is ideally suited to easily store away the essentials. Put it on your back and you won’t even notice it’s there when out on short excursions or bike trips and roaming the urban jungle.
  • Handy drawstring mechanism for easy opening and closing
  • 12 litres holding capacity
  • Quality: 130 g/m²
  • 100% cotton

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preposterous
preposterous
Preoposterous for all people who are not preposterous, but dare to wear preposterous. An absolute eye-catcher with the artistic touch of post-post modernism.
Tags: English, art, artsy, young, meaning, inspire, statement, minimalist, eye-catcher, irony, Ironic, Open
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