Even the lining material is soft and touchable. Overall, this bag is in good condition.I would say 7.5-8/10. No tears, stains, or obvious imperfections, but one small mark and some slight wear pilling? To the suede on the bottom of the bag, as well as some minor wear to the brown leather throughout, consistent with light use. Nothing noticeable when carrying, as all issues are on the bottom. Interior does show some signs of use, in the form of a few light dirt marks. Likely easily cleaned, but I couldn't find any leather/suede specialists near me. Measurements are 20x16x9 when fully stuffed with tissue paper, as in the photos.
Bag is stuffed for photos, but is very slouchy/collapsible/flat when empty. Note: I will instead include an XXL Coach dust bag to store in. Please ask any questions you might have! The item "Rare HTF Balenciaga Tie-Dye Suede Weekender Bag Archive S/S Men's 2008 $2500" is in sale since Wednesday, December 27, 2017. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Men's Accessories\Backpacks, Bags & Briefcases".
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