Lexdray Portland Sneaker Duffel

$270 pledge

With the rise of sneaker culture, it’s no longer acceptable for sneakerheads to travel with only a pair or two of their prized possessions. A solid rotation of your favorite sneakers has become a must, no matter where you’re traveling. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to find luggage that caters to this lifestyle, but Lexdray has specifically designed a unique duffel bag with the lifestyle and needs of sneakerheads in mind with their new Portland Sneaker Duffel.

It’s a duffel designed for sneakerheads by sneakerheads, based on various inputs from key influencers in the fashion industry. However, it’s a duffel bag that non-sneakerheads will appreciate as well, while most will understand the value in utilizing this duffel to carry your collection of priceless sneakers. So if you’re serious about your sneakers as you are about your travels, make sure to check out their Kickstarter campaign.

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