HOOK & ALBERT Releases Two Stylish and Functional Pieces

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If you’re a woman, finding a reasonably priced fashionable and functional laptop bag isn’t that hard; men, other hand, usually have fewer options. Want a basic bag? You can get one without spending too much money. Want something more fashionable? Prepare yourself to throw down the big bucks. HOOK & ALBERT provides fashionable and functional products for a moderate price.

HOOK & ALBERT has just introduced two new items, and I think they look great!

The first is the Three-Way Carryall, which is a 3-in-one bag that can be carried as an attaché, shoulder bag or backpack; it even has a “Rain Coat Feature” for inclement weather.

HOOK & ALBERT 3-Way Carryall

This bag features:

  • Cotton melange fabric or Top-grain leather
  • Padded neoprene back
  • Retractable leather handles
  • Removable leather shoulder strap
  • Hideable padded leather shoulder backpack straps
  • Interior twill lining with leather trim
  • Padded computer pocket – holds up to a 15″ laptop
  • Removeable weatherproof nylon rain guard

You can get the Three-Way Carryall in canvas ($395) or leather ($545). Both look great and should offer years of use.

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The HOOK & ALBERT Reversible Portfolio is an ultra slim case with multiple compartments; it will fit up to a 13″ computer, and it can slide inside other bags or luggage.

HOOK & ALBERT Reversible Portfolio

This portfolio features:

  • 100% top-grain leather exterior or 100% waxed cotton canvas
  • Reinforced spine
  • Low Profile Nylon Handles
  • Padded Computer Pocket – holds up to a 13″ laptop

The Reversible Portfolio is available in canvas ($255) and in leather ($345).

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Like what you’ve seen? You can find these at HOOK & ALBERT .

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Judie Lipsett Stanford
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