ENYA
Black

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€520
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ENYA is a sleek backpack to carry your laptop, smartphone, chargers and other items. Using high-quality leather and a water-repellent coating, it offers optimal protection against all weather conditions. Available in both 13 inch and 15 inch sizes, your laptop is stored separately and safely, while a compartment in the back offers a handy way for easy access to your essential items. 

Design features

- Separate laptop compartment
- Inside groove to store cards & other small objects
- Extra compartment in the back for your phone or a notebook
- Available in 2 sizes: 13 inch and 15 inch

Lies Mertens inspired the design by her friend Enya, who is always on the go and lives life fast and to the fullest. She wanted to distil a backpack down to the essence. By eliminating zippers and using press studs instead a more classic look is accomplished.

All our bags are handmade in Portugal and created out of bio-leather with a water-repellent coating. We’ve used a minimum of zippers and metals, making sure to increase the longevity of your bag as much as possible. On top of that, they’re rigged with extra compartments and grooves to store your cards and retrieve all your stuff in a split second.

Details 

Calf leather exterior 
Ivory coloured leather lining 
Measurements 13 inch: 10 x 27 x 34 cm
Measurements 15 inch: 10 x 30 x 40 cm

Shipping & Returns 

Benelux delivery 3-5 working days - free shipping

European delivery 4-7 working days - € 15,-

We hope you will love everything that you order from us, but if something isn’t quite right, you have 14 days to return. Contact hello@liesmertens.be including your order ID & name and we will arrange a return for you. 

Read more about our shipping & return policy here


Meet Hannelore, the person behind our first wallet

Meet Hannelore, the person behind our first wallet

Meet Enya, the wanderer who inspired our backpack

Meet Enya, the wanderer who inspired our backpack