Do the words "Craigh Na Dun" mean anything to you? How about "Je Suis Prest?" Have you heard of a place called Lallybroch or Fraser's Ridge? If any of this rings a bell, than this sweatshirt is definitely for YOU!!
Where are my fellow die-hard Outlander fans? As a tribute to one of my favorite shows, I created this fan-favorite travel bag with the phrase, "Craigh Na Dun Travel Company - Aye, we'll get ye there" written beneath the iconic standing stones from Outlander - a place that only the most loyal fans will know the meaning of!! It will having you dreaming of a trip to the wide open beauty of Scotland or the thriving homestead of North Carolina - or BOTH!!
Get rid of all the plastic and pack your goodies in this spacious organic cotton tote bag. Fill it up with groceries, books, and travel essentials—there’s room for everything, and you'll be ready to go any where - or, any place in time!!
• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Dimensions: 20″ × 14″ × 5″ (50.8 × 35.6 × 12.7 cm)
• Capacity: 6 gallons (23 l)
• Weight limit: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1″ × 25″ (2.5 × 63.5 cm) long self-fabric dual straps
• Open main compartment, flat bottom
Thanks so much for stopping by fellow Outlander fans!! Pack your bags and let me know "when" you want to go!!
***PLEASE NOTE - This item is shipped directly from the print shop, so please contact me if you have any trouble with your order!! All sales are final. ****
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