Racing Red GTO Twin Briefcase

gto twin briefcase zipOur Racing Red inspired Twin Briefcase – has been introduced by demand from our clients that have purchased the GTO Racing Red Holdall

The briefcase has been designed based on ‘Class functionality and Style’ providing exceptional versatility and organization. Perfect for carrying 15-inch laptops & larger – check dimensions.

  • Features multiple pockets for accessories, double high quality metal zippers add functionality for files, books, data cables and headphones, padded computer’s compartment, multiple open card slots and pen layer, mobile phone pocket.
  • The front and back of the Briefcase features high quality metal zipped – large pockets for easy access to items on the go.
  • Finished in Black Smooth No-Grain Bridge of Weir Scottish Leather with Racing Red materials and stitching.
  • Combining original 60’s seat belt webbing for handles and shoulder straps.

Makes a perfect match for any car or motorbike enthusiasts that are passionate about ‘Black and Red’ colour combinations….it’s very striking.

Bespoke – Custom – Tailor Made:    Each Item can be Personalised making the article Unique and Memorable with hot stamping/blind embossing of your company logo, initials, chassis or registration number.

Bespoke your webbing, stitching and lining colour: Yellow – Orange – Lime Green – British Racing Green – Grey….your choice.

gto twin briefcase innerDesigned to be used as Grand Touring Business Luggage

  • Zips finished in Palladium with full end to end opening for complete easy access
  • Large width internal and external zipped pocket’s
  • Shoulder strap – detachable, adjustable and with a padded non-slip shoulder pad
  • Leather Luggage Tag with a panel covering owners’ personal details
  • JB Leather Key Fob
  • Cotton Dust Cover
  • HAND MADE IN ITALY

Dimensions

Width: 46cm Height: 30cm Depth: 12.5cm

Accepted as Hand Luggage on most airlines – Larger size GTO Holdalls are available to form part of a Luggage Collection.

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