To date, Louis Vuitton Keepall bag remains as the iconic bag in Louis Vuitton luggage line, among their numerous collections. It was first crafted in 1930 and touted as the classic, stylish travel bag for travellers who need a bag that is durable, roomy, light weight and easy to carry. . Keepall fits into an airplane’s overhead compartment and is perfect for your holiday and weekend getaway.
Vintage VS: Modern Louis Vuitton Keepall Bag:
Louis Vuitton Keepall bag is the original, bigger version of Louis Vuitton Speedy bag. That’s why Keepall bags produced in early 80s all have a leather tab attached to the zipper, like you the one see on the speedy bags:
Later Louis Vuitton made a change to the zipper structure of keepall. Keepall bags now have double zipper closure with two-brass zipper pulls to hold the lock. This is what you see from the current version of Louis Vuttion Keepall bag:
Keepall has 2 styles in general:
Keepall Bandliere: A detachable, longer, leather strap also comes with it, comfortably padded at the shoulder.
Keepall: top handles only with no long cross-body strap.
Louis Vuitton Keepall bags are available in 4 different sizes:
Louis Vuitton Keepall 45: 45 x 27 x20 cm
Louis Vuitton Keepall 50: 50 x 29 x 22 cm
Louis Vuitton Keepall 55: 55 x 31 x 24 cm
Louis Vuitton Keepall 60: 60 x 33 x 26 cm
Keepall bags are available in different lines: Monogram Canvas, Macassar Canvas, Damier (Ebene, Azur, Graphite, Carbone, Infini) Canvas and Epi Leather.
Care for the Keepall:
Damp cloth with gentle soap for the canvas, and soft dry cloth for the leather parts. If done correctly and as often as needed, the lifespan should be comparable to that of leather. Keepall should be kept away from rough, scratchy surfaces, damp places, and high heat.