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Lacoste Men's Bags

Lacoste Mens Bags

Whether you just need a compact bag for your camera, wallet and phone, or something larger to haul around an entire sports kit, theres sure to be a Lacoste mens bag for you.

Lacoste was founded by René Lacoste in 1933. He was an internationally renowned tennis player and famous for wearing a crocodile logo on the chest of his shirts, which he designed himself. Today Lacoste items, including their bags, still bear the famous green crocodile logo.

Sports bags and holdalls

Unsurprisingly for a company founded by a sportsman, Lacoste produce a wide range of sports bags, gym bags and holdalls. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from rectangular zip around sports bags, to tube-like roll bags and the more compact, trapezoid shaped gym bags, which are also known as weekend bags.

Features to look out for include extra external zip pockets, removable shoulder straps and interior zip pockets. Lacoste sports bags are made from a variety of materials including polyamide, polyester and rubber.

Backpacks and messenger bags

Compact backpacks are easy to carry and particularly great if you cycle a lot. They usually feature an external zip pocket, adjustable straps and organiser pockets in the main compartment. They may be made from polyester, nylon, canvas or leather.

Lacoste messenger bags are large rectangular bags with a front flap.. They are usually large enough to carry a laptop. Messenger bags are often made from canvas or leather and have an adjustable strap that allows you to carry the bag across your body or on your shoulder. They are usually fastened with zips, magnetic poppers or clips.

Shoulder or man bags

Smaller still is the compact Lacoste shoulder bag. They can accommodate all your essentials, such as e your sunglasses, wallet and smartphone. They are also great for carrying cameras.

Bags save wear and tear on your clothing, as trouser and jacket pockets arent stretched or pulled out of place trying to fit everything in.