Iconic
Sac de voyage Bogie
Beige, Cognac
Available colours

Sac de voyage Bogie

En quête du parfait sac de voyage, suffisamment compact pour rester en cabine et suffisamment solide pour supporter les exigences de ses nombreux déplacements, Humphrey Bogart demanda en 1947 aux artisans maroquiniers de S.T. Dupont de créer, à son intention, un sac de forme polochon en toile et cuir. Le modèle classique – en toile huilée et cuir cognac – devenu le sac de voyage préféré de Bogart, est toujours aussi emblématique de nos jours.

Specifications
Ref:
191300
Material:
Cotton
Dimensions:
30X53X24cm
Weight:
0.001kg
Product care & refills
Leather is a natural material and you need to care of it. To start with, leather is sensitive to water. It is therefore important to avoid prolonged contact and to dry your briefcase or wallet by dabbing it with a soft, light-coloured, cotton cloth if it gets wet. Similarly, leather is sensitive to heat, humidity and strong sunlight. It is strongly recommended to keep any leather items away from heat sources. And to clean the leather, do not use any wax or waterproofing type of maintenance product, but a slightly damp cloth made from a neutral colour, soft cotton.
Contact us
In the UK, for any enquiries regarding the after-sales service of your S.T. Dupont product, please contact our customer service team:

Email: service-client@st-dupont.com
Phone: +33 (0) 1 55 90 44 02

Office hours:
Monday to Friday 9am-6pm
Saturday 9am-4pm

Humphrey Bogart, an inspiration

On a trip to Paris in 1947, Humphrey Bogart visited the S.T Dupont shop and ordered a lightweight duffle bag that would make it easier to travel by plane. "Iconic" reflects Humphrey's smart and noble style

Vintage spirit

The Bogie bas together with the Cosy bags are made of oiled cotton canvas and top quality vegetable leather, with old gold colour or palladium finishes.

Exceptional Savoir Faire

A passion for producing the finest in luxury products. A design atelier where ideas and innovation are brought to life and where quality rings true.

The Savoir Faire of S.T.Dupont