Adelaide Backpack - Black

Abby Alley

$425
Free shipping $75+. Easy returns.

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Product details

Made with vegetable-tanned leather
15.5”H x 11.5”W x 6.5”D
Padded computer pocket
Trigger hook closure
Crafted in Kenya

Beauty meets function in the Black Adelaide Backpack, a generously sized, chic backpack that you'll love for work, travel, and everyday use. Handcrafted by artisans using eco-friendly, vegetable tanned leather. Featuring a padded laptop pocket, two interior and exterior pockets, a back safety pocket, and trigger-hook closure to keep your valuables on hand and organized.

15-day hassle-free returns
Returns for store credit or your first exchange per eligible full price item are always free for orders in the contiguous U.S. We are happy to provide you with one free return shipping label. Returns for refund and subsequent exchange orders are subject to a $6 per item shipping fee. You must initiate your return/exchange within 15 days of receiving your order. Discounted and sale items up to 40% off are eligible for exchange or store credit within 15 days of delivery, unless otherwise noted on the product page.

All returns and exchanges must be unworn, unwashed, unused, and in original condition with tags to be eligible for return. Refunds or exchanges will not be issued for returned items that have been used or show signs of visible wear.

Final sale items
Furniture, lighting, oversized items (hampers and all rugs except bath mats), gift cards, all underwear bottoms, bodysuits, sale items noted as final sale, and orders outside the United States shipped through our shipping partner, Stackry, are all final sale. In some cases, products may have special notes indicating they are final sale as well.

Free shipping $75+. Easy returns.

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