Kanei Tei, real tent…real story

As you probably know, I am passionate about everything related to military and vintage surplus.

This morning I was browsing the net and I ended up in a Korean web site: Kanei Tei.

Japan born, Korean designer Kanei Tei, after spending his childhood in Korea, obtained a business degree in America. He then established his accessories label Kanei Tei in Spring 2015.

The particularity of this label is that Kanei uses only U.S. Army tent fabric left over from World War II to create his beautiful accessories.

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The bags are unisex, made with strong, durable and water repellent cotton sateen fabric.

The tents are carefully washed, cut and then assembled into bags. “EACH KANEI TEI BAG IS UNIQUE AND COMES WITH ITS OWN UNIQUE TEXTURE AND SCRATCHES ORIGINATING FROM ACTUAL MILITARY USE”.

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Kanei Tei range features at the moment backpack, duffel, tote bags and clutches, sometimes decorated with army medals and patches.

In my wish list there is the Cogito300 back pack.

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Antything to add from my side. Now it is your turn, check out the Kanei Tei website.

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