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- You're definitely be going places, so make sure the modern look of the Jenna Disc Shoulder bag from Frye® gets you there in style.
- Stone antiqued, full-grain, or stone washed leather shoulder bag.
- Please note the leather style with the color name.
- Main compartment can hold your keys, wallet, daily files, and personal technology.
- Features rows of hand-hammered brass studs along front.
- Two leather handles with hand-hammered brass studs.
- Side open pocket to quickly stash your keys or small accessories.
- Exterior back zip pocket.
- Top zip closure.
- Interior fabric lining with back wall zip pocket and two multifunctional pockets.
- Durable rubber outsole.
- Bottom Width: 15 in
- Depth: 5 1⁄4 in
- Height: 11 1⁄2 in
- Handle Length: 21 in
- Handle Drop: 8 in
- Weight: 2 lbs 9.5 oz
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