Guy Cotten Mino Holdall Bag

£65.05 Ex. VAT

The MINO waterproof holdall is the smallest in the range! It is the size of a sports bag.

Colours: BLUE, YELLOW/BLACK, ORANGE, YELLOW/GREY, NAVY/LIGHT GREEN, BLACK & NAVY

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Guy Cotten

Description

The MINO holdall is the smallest in the range! It is the size of a sports bag. Ideal for sea related sports activities. Highly resistant. Bottom and body of bag waterproof with welded seams. Semi-waterproof holdall on account of the zip and self-grip flap. Side zip pocket. Adjustable removable shoulder strap. Smooth bottom.

Size: 29×49 cm and approximately 40 litre capacity.

Ferrasac fabric: thick and highly resistant, this high-frequency weldable fabric par excellence is used to make excellent waterproof bags. 630g/m²

Colours: BLUE, YELLOW/BLACK, ORANGE / BLACK, YELLOW/GREY, NAVY/LIGHT GREEN, BLACK, NAVY/GREY

Additional information

Weight 1.400 kg
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Brand

Guy Cotten

We at Mike Cornish have been proud suppliers of Guy Cotten workwear for the fishing industry for over 30 years and still rate them as the best Oilskins and Smocks available, tried and tested for decades by both the inshore and offshore fishing fleet as well as sport fishing such as angling and sea fishing, and also the farming and agricultural sector, food production and processing. Guy Cotten is a French outdoor clothing manufacturer founded in 1964 by Guy Cotten, known for its distinctive yellow oilskin items, they make fishing workwear, clothing and personal equipment in areas such as the fishing industry, all sea and marine related professions, sports and outdoor, all-weather and safety clothing.
Guy Cotten
Guy Cotten embodies for everyone the spirit of the adventurers of the sea, professional or private. We are known worldwide for our raincoats and our little yellow man. Our clothing has been home to fishermen and the world's greatest skippers since 1964. For almost 60 years, the name GUY COTTEN has been travelling the seas of the globe, treading fields, seashores and increasingly city centres.

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