Great for business or day-to-day use, our Bazar tote, a large holdall, is just as suited to work as it is to the daily shop. It features the brand-new Bleu de Chauffe logo, reinvented in line with the most authentic workwear tradition and signed ‘St Georges de Luzençon’, the village nestled at the foot of the Millau viaduct where every single Bleu de Chauffe product has been made for over 10 years.
A tribute to our roots in the Aveyron region and our artisanal manufacturing techniques, the logo is also printed using traditional methods just a stone’s throw from the viaduct.
A bag for daily use or a genuine labor day bag, as workwear aficionados would call it, the Bazar can be carried by hand in the traditional way or over the shoulder thanks to its adjustable straps – miniature belt-style handles made from saddlery leather. Its 18oz stone-washed cotton canvas, a veritable tarpaulin, can withstand anything.
The Bazar tote is available in four different shades: stone-washed khaki, dark khaki, wheat, and ecru.
MADE IN FRANCE
Our artisans, the keepers of our unique savoir-faire, manufacture, date, and sign every tote bag in our workshop, built at the foot of the Millau viaduct.
The logo is printed on the bag a few kilometers away in the commune of Roquefort, known for its world-famous cheese.
Canvas, leather, printing, and manufacturing are all carried out using local networks for a 100% French-made product and in order to limit our environmental impact.
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MATERIALS
We work with the highest-quality environmentally-friendly and bio-sourced materials to bring you bags which are made with respect for the environment and are built to last.
The Bazar is made from stone-washed canvas, a coated cotton canvas made in the north of France and originally manufactured for collectors of the WW2 Willys Jeep. It has already featured on our Woody backpack, our Gaston and Remix messenger bags, and our Cabine travel bags.
As for the leather details, they are tanned using natural agents extracted from plant-based substances like the sap, leaves, or bark from oak or acacia trees.