• Ryan Biggs

    Bombata Brief in Brown Designed in Italy, Bombata bags are ideal to carry your laptop. Available in a variety of colors, they are the perfect accessory for both men and women. Made of vinyl and silicon handles, the Classic Bombata case has plenty of folders and pockets to store extra items, such as documents, folders and laptop cables. Fits up to a 15.4" laptop screenDesigned in Italy

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