Waxed Canvas Dopp Kit

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Waxed Canvas Dopp Kit

38.00

Perfect in it’s simplicity. This is an exceptional wash bag for the price. It’s lightweight, durable and well designed. The interior is lined with a waterproof material. Buttons on the side keep things tight and compact when space is crucial. Dark charcoal color.

Nicely compliments our Key Multi Tool, Bike Tool and Survival Playing Cards.

  • 3"W x 7.25"H x 4.75"D

  • Designed in Bath, England, made in China (UK Modern Slavery Act)

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According to newspaper accounts unearthed by Merriam-Webster's Jim Rader, the Dopp Kit was first produced by Charles Doppelt, a leather goods designer who emigrated to the U.S. from Germany in the early 1900s. Although it may have been Doppelt's nephew and employee, Jerome Harris, who actually invented the snazzy toiletries case, Doppelt was the boss and so the finished product bore a cropped form of his name, giving us the 'Dopp Kit.' Dopp Kits were manufactured by the Charles Doppelt Company until the firm was purchased by Samsonite in the 1970s (now made by Buxton). The popularity of Dopp Kits was evidently boosted considerably by World War II, in the course of which the U.S. Army issued them to recruits by the millions.

(information found on word-detective.com)