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New USA-Made Bag On The Block: Ignoble Cora Classic Rucksack

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PRESS RELEASE: The Cora Classic Rucksack is now available directly from ignoblebags.com. Made in the U.S.A., Cora is hand assembled in small runs by a military-grade soft goods production facility.  A sleek, all-purpose version of an industry standard, Cora is constructed from wear resistant 400D high density nylon, with YKK branded nylon zipper closures and heavy duty nylon webbing. The bag features padded straps, a padded airmesh back, a front stash-pocket, a hood stash-pocket, dual side utility pockets and a large main compartment with adjustable hood, draw cord opening, internal hanging-pocket and book-sleeve.

Read the rest of the press release, including details and more photos, after the jump…


– Padded Shoulder Straps and Padded Airmesh Back
– Adjustable Hood and Draw Cord Opening
– Large Main Compartment
– Internal Hanging-Pocket
– Internal Book-Sleeve
– Zippered Front Stash-Pocket
– Zippered Hood Stash-Pocket
– Dual Side Utility Pockets
– Side Compression Straps
– Bottom Bag Compression Strap
– Top Bag Webloop Handle

Specifications: *

Average Weight: 1 lbs 6 oz (624 g) Bag Dims, Nominal: 11.25″ W x 20.5″ H x 8″ D ** Bag Dims, Actual: 11.25″ W x 26″ H x 8″ D ** Internal Book-Sleeve Dims: 10″ W x 12.5″ H x 5″ D Total Capacity: 36 Liters

* All measurements are approximate.

**In use, Cora’s dimensions will vary based on the main compartment load and adjustable hood settings.

About IGNOBLE: Established in 2009, IGNOBLE is an independent men’s brand with a focus on style-conscious, thoughtfully designed black backpacks. For questions regarding the Cora Rucksack, contact:

P.O. Box 643222
Los Angeles, CA 90064, U.S.A.
Phone: 310-936-9017
Email: contact@ignoblebags.com

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