New Waterfield Bag Adds Paraglide Buckle

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Date: Thursday, March 31st, 2005, 12:00
Category: Luggage

Waterfield's new paraglide buckleSeven years after its debut, the Waterfield Cargo bags have been agitating for a change, so the company is now offering an alternative to the aluminum aircraft buckles that have been a signature feature of these bags. You can now choose either the aircraft buckle or the company’s new black, anodized aluminum paragliding buckle (pictured at right), which they import from Austria. This is the real thing used to strap yourself in paragliding harnesses and is a beautiful piece of machinery.
Their Cozmo line of PowerBook bags has been missing a middle size for some time, so they have now added a new bag that fits “just right.” This sleek briefcase has a reinforced bottom and sides so it stands erect when not being carried. Best of all, it’s very compact and can still holds large laptops, like the PowerBook 17-inch. More information and pictures are available on the Waterfield Web site.


Waterfield's new paraglide buckleSeven years after its debut, the Waterfield Cargo bags have been agitating for a change, so the company is now offering an alternative to the aluminum aircraft buckles that have been a signature feature of these bags. You can now choose either the aircraft buckle or the company’s new black, anodized aluminum paragliding buckle (pictured at right), which they import from Austria. This is the real thing used to strap yourself in paragliding harnesses and is a beautiful piece of machinery.
Their Cozmo line of PowerBook bags has been missing a middle size for some time, so they have now added a new bag that fits “just right.” This sleek briefcase has a reinforced bottom and sides so it stands erect when not being carried. Best of all, it’s very compact and can still holds large laptops, like the PowerBook 17-inch. More information and pictures are available on the Waterfield Web site.

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