Kervy | Elliptical Bags

Kervy bags are designed and handmade in Bristol. Based upon a bag from the Andes, and best worn across the body. Designed with cycling in mind, they are great for all lighter travel and anyone seeking a fashionable alternative to backpacks.

Kervy also undertake personalised commissions for individuals and companies, so you can personalise your design and choose custom fabrics to suite your own style. To find out more about Kervy or to order one for yourself head to www.kervy.net

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  • Ellie from Oxford

    I’ve just had a beautiful Kervy bag made for me on commission by Martyn and the team. It is absolutely gorgeous and great for small shopping trips around town and to the pub and to parties. Great on or off the bike. You can fit a bottle of wine in it! The team couldn’t have been more professional or helpful, and the finished product is very high in quality. Get one while they are still cult classic – these will sell and sell!

  • Stu

    A really well designed bag, ideal for carrying what you need without getting in the way, you forget your carrying it . Well made and excellent service.


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