Pirate Flag Personalised Black Book Bag

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Long John Silver and Blackbeard alike would be proud of this timber shivering Pirate Flag Personalised Black Book Bag, which makes for a brilliant back to school gift.

A new piece of school kit that your son and daughter won’t be able to wait to show off to their friends, the five litre capacity book bag provides loads of room and also features a handy Rip-Strip closure flap and padded handle.

Black in colour to reflect the flag and sails of all pirate ships worth their salt, the bag also boasts its very own jolly roger toward the top right, which serves to conceal a handy name card holder.

A bag that will draw envious glances from all over, your child won't have to worry about anyone pinching it thanks to the magnificent personalisation which can be expertly applied.

The white banner style design at the front of the bag, after all, can be professionally and lovingly printed with whatever name you desire to make it perfectly personal to its lucky owner.

  • Enhanced visibility reflective stripe
  • Covered name card holder
  • Zippered internal pocket
  • Rip-Strip closure
  • Padded handle
  • Dimensions approx. W:37cm x H:30cm x D:6cm
  • Capacity: 5 litres
  • 0.260gr

2nd Class Mail: £3.99

The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days

 

1st Class Mail: £4.99

The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days

 

Next working day: £7.99

Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday - sent via tracked courier service

 

Saturday: £7.99

Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday - sent via tracked courier service

 

Ireland: £14.99 (Currently not available)

As of 19th January, Ireland delivery is 2-5 working days from dispatch.

Can not deliver Alcohol, Sweets, Chocolates, Tea, Coffee & other perishable products.

Duties & taxes are set by the Customs Authority of the destination country. Therefore it will be your responsibility to pay these charges if and when asked by authorities.