The perfect holdall for a trip away. The Gunmetal & Black Tiba + Marl Raf Weekender is spacious and lightweight, fit all your essentials in this bag for a trip, holiday or larger bag for work. We think this bag would be great as a hospital bag too - look stylish with all the carry space you need to and from the hospital.
Who is Tiba + Marl? If you have not heard of Tiba + Marl then here's some info to fill you in.
Tiba + Marl was created in 2015 by London duo, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron who are both Mothers, they spotted a gap in the market for contemporary, trend inspired parent changing bags. Anna is a former Senior Bag Buyer for Urban Outfitters along with Topshop and Lydia is a footwear and accessories designer for Kurt Geiger and Sigerson Morrison. They are set to provide cool Mum's and Dad's with cleverly designed, super functional changing bags with a cool edgy look.
- Water resistant
- Internal zip pocket
- Wipe clean lining
- 5 internal pockets
- Mobile phone pocket
- Adjustable shoulder strap
- Elasticated bottle/cup holder
- Chunky metal zips with double pullers
- Internal clip for keys, dummies and toys
- 2 metal D-rings (for attachment to stroller with Tiba + Marl stoller clips - sold separately)
- Made from 100% Nylon with faux leather trim
- Measurements: H34 x W48 x D24cm
- Comes with: Luxury padded changing mat, insulated bottle holder and cross body clutch
- Care Instructions: Spot clean inside and out with a damp cloth, spot clean or hand wash padded changing mat
Barcode ean: 5060565710030 Boxed weight: 1500 g
Tiba + Marl redefine the traditional baby changing bag designs by combining modern prints, premium and high tech materials with a stylish but practical design. Tiba + Marl break the mould for cool, modern parents who are seeking unisex designs that don’t compromise their style just because they are now parents. The fashion forward founders, Anna Tizard and Lydia Barron meticulously design their changing bags to merge high fashion features with practical function every parent will love. We can’t choose our favourite.