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Bags of style at the Official Wimbledon Online Shop

Ettinger Bags
by Official Wimbledon Online Shop
Saturday 6 July 2013

View our range of stylish Ettinger bags, available exclusively at the Official Wimbledon Online Shop

To mark the Ladies Final of this year's Wimbledon Championships, we'd like to introduce a very exclusive range of bags for those looking for something extra special to mark the 2013 Championships.

Our beautiful Wimbledon Travel Bag is designed by Ettinger, an official Wimbledon licensee since 1992. Perfect for a weekend away to forget all your cares, the holdall is large enough to store those hotel essentials whilst being stylish and discreet. The bag is made with a sturdy cotton drill and trimmed in a wonderful waxy hide. A beautiful gift for any Wimbledon fan of discerning taste.

Alternatively, you could select the stunning Wimbledon Tote. Also produced by official licensee Ettinger, this smart canvas and leather tote will prove invaluable for all shopping sprees and daily commute. The bag has a leather trim and handles, a leather strap closes the open top, an internal zipped pocket divides the bag into two spacious compartments and a removable leather shoulder strap is provided.

Both these classic bags are available to purchase today at the Official Wimbledon Online Shop.


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