The Lockit is one of Louis Vuitton’s iconic pieces along with the Steamer, Speedy, and Keepall. The first ever Lockit was issued in 1958 in Monogram Canvas which is a generous hand-held tote that offers ample space and functionality. Nowadays, the Lockit is made in Monogram Canvas, Epi Leather, Nomade Leather, and the most luxurious version in Suhali Leather.
Hand-selected goat leather from the highest quality goatskins that have natural grain with no chemical treatment are used in making Suhali Lockit bags and all other Suhali bags because it has an excellent balance between suppleness and durability. The bag has stunning shiny golden brass hardware, tinted edges and contrast stitching, rolled leather handles with links, four metal studs under the bag for surface scratch protection, zipper closure and of course, the LV padlock which is the reason why the bag is called Lockit. The inside lining is made from micro monogram textile that does not bleed or stain other items inside the bag. It also has interior flat pocket and cell phone pocket for easy “junk organization“.
(12.6″ x 10″ x 6.1″)
(16.3″ x 11.8″ x 7.9″)
(15.3″ x 12″ x 7.1″)
The Suhali Lockits in non-metallic leather in PM and MM comes in five colors; Blue, Verone, White, Black, and Sienne. Non-metallic Lockit in GM comes in three colors; Black, White, and Sienne. And the metallic Lockits in PM and MM come in Silver and Gold colors. These bags are available online at eLuxury and offline at Louis Vuitton boutiques worldwide.
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