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Domke add grey Limited range



Domke has announced a Limited range of bags in a rather fetching grey canvas and black trim. Just three models of the popular bags* have been selected for the new colour; the original F-2 (above), mid-size F-10 and super-compact F-3x. Prices start at £109.99, but there's no word as yet on availability.

Press release:


LIMITED OFFER GREY VERSIONS OF TRADITIONAL DOMKE BAGS

Domke the bag of choice for demanding press men and discerning enthusiasts the world over, has produced a limited production run in grey fabric with a coordinated black trim, of the three bags that built the company's legendary reputation.

The three bags to get the grey makeover are the F-10 Medium Shoulder Bag, F-3X Super Compact and the famous F-2 Original - the first bag in the Domke line some 30 years ago!

Grey is currently additional to the other fabric colours in the range and the models will continue to be available in sand, black, olive, brown, navy and wax finish Ruggedwear.

In all other respects the grey bags encompass trademark Domke features including practical design, durable fabrics and high quality fasteners and zips.

Prices for the new special limited edition bags are as follows: Model F-10 Shoulder Bag Grey £109.99, F-3X Super Compact Bag Grey £149.99, F-2 Original Bag Grey £174.99.

Commented Daniel Waite Tiffen's International Sales Manager Domke Products: "We are not sure as yet how many bags have been produced but this initiative provides an unparalleled opportunity for photographers to acquire one of Domke's iconic bags, with a unique slant.

Details of Domke select dealers or further information on the range, can be obtained by contacting the UK distributor Swains International plc on 0845 450 4242, sales@swains.co.uk or www.swains.co.uk



*Amazon UK has the Domke F-2 DOMKE'S Original Bag - Sand listed, but not the Limited models at the time of posting.



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