Oversized transit bag for architect
● Super size architect bag
● Folds to smaller size
- Hard-wearing durable 600D polyester
- Clever folding design
- Long cotton web straps
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Porduct Name: Oversized transit bag for architect
Custom architect bag
|Minimum order quantity||250|
|Lead time||3 weeks sample / 6 weeks production|
Extra large tote bag customised for an architect to carry plans and paperwork. Durable 600D polyester which is hard-wearing and suitable for repeated use. This bag is constructed to be used flat and for shoulder-carry with cotton web straps, as well as the ability to fold up when not in use for easy storage or carry as required.
To customise this extra large tote bag further, other options can include including a lining or making the bag reversible so it can be used one of two ways. It can also add external pockets around the bag or internal pockets. Other personalisation options include printing all over the front and back panels, including the handles. Cotton web handles could be added or PU handle straps.
Custom architect bags can be designed to suit individual architect requirements. Manufactured in a number of ways to really personalise the bag and make it unique.
Bespoke architect bags
A standard tote bag size is 42 x 38cm. Making a bespoke bag means that you can make it any size and portrait or landscape orientation to suit its purpose. The size of an architect bag can be increased to include side panels and a gusset for greater capacity.
Lining an architect bag
Adding a lining to bag or folder can include fabric the same as the body of the bag or a lighter weight, either plain or printed. It can be in a different fabric such as a wipe clean PVC. The lining could serve as compartments inside of the bag for keeping the contents separate or internal pockets.
Fabric options for architect bags
Cotton is a popular choice for bags. It comes in many forms such as recycled cotton, both pre-consumer and post-consumer waste and Fairtrade organic cotton are sustainable cotton choices. Cotton weights are measured in ounces or gsm and this applies to standard cotton or other greener cotton options.
Not limited to cotton, we work in a variety of fabrics including synthetics such as PVC or PU leather. Jute, bamboo and hemp are environmentally friendly options. Denim, non-woven PP, RPET for bags and polyester are all options to consider when working out what the bag you are making will be used for. Each of these fabrics have pros and cons associated with them, so it's a question we ask at the beginning of your bag project, so we can make sensible recommendations based on the bag purpose and your budget.
This architect bag is made in polyester specifically to endure repeated transportation and handling.
Pantone matching a bespoke bag is possible by dying the fabric prior to construction or overprinting. We supply colour swatches prior to full production to ensure you select the right colour to suit the rest of your product portfolio or brand guidelines.
Straps and handles for bags
The length of a strap can be customised to suit the objective of the bag. Short handles for hand carry, long handles for shoulder carry or both. Across body straps, with adjustable buckles and usually used on messenger bags can also be used on a tote bag.
The handles on the bag can be made from a number of fabrics to suit the style of the tote bag. Leather handles or vegan leather (PU leather) can be added for a premium finish to the bag. Cotton webbed handles in contrast colours, acs or overprinted is possible. Other suggestions for custom handles on bags include overprinted cotton or a rope.
Artwork design on an architect bag
Logo printing on a bag doesn't need to be limited to the centre of the bag and a screen print. There are multiple print options and choosing the right one will be determined by the artwork you want to print on the bag. Other decoration options include embroidery and applique. It's also possible to print all over the panels of a bespoke tote bag, on the handles and on the inside of the bag or on the lining. Other decoration options include badges and labels.
Closure on a bag to keep the contents secure
Popular options for closing a tote bag include a zip at the top that runs from one end of the width of the bag to the other. The colour of zip can be metal gold, antique brass, rose gold or silver. Other options include coloured plastic zips. The zip tape can vary in colour and an array of stock colours are available or the zip tape can be Pantone matched to the fabric or print of the bag.
Metal poppers, draw cord closures and flaps with poppers to securely keep the flap down is possible, as are metal or plastic buckles or velcro.
Adding labels for branding a bag
Adding a label to a bag can offer a variety of branding opportunities. Fabric labels can be woven or printed and sewn in various external or internal hems on the side or over the top of the tote bag. PU leather badges or leather labels can be debossed or embossed and be sewn in on the panels of the bag, the straps or pockets.
Metal badges or labels can be branded and attached at any place on the bag. Colours range from metallic colours to overpainted Pantone matched metal.
Adding detail to an architect bag
Just as an architect is specific about detail, the bag they use to carry their documents can also include minute detail. Pantone matched trim, piping and thread are tiny details that can have big impact on your customised bag. For a truly bespoke bag, the devil is in the detail itself and matching the colour of the thread to the print in the logo or internal taped seams for a precise and neat finish will give your bag the edge and demonstrate that your firm notices the smallest of details and gets it right.
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