Etchr Field Case, Charcoal

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ETR-1003
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Etchr's Field Case is a compact, high-quality art supply organizer that's designed to help artists create more art on the go. This incredibly flexible system allows you to customize your creative tool storage and access what you need, when you need it.
$70.00
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Etchr's Field Case is a compact, high quality, waterproof art supply organizer that's designed to help artists create more art on the go. This portable art tool organizational system is incredibly flexible so that you can customize it to your needs and access what you need, when you need it.

The Field Case unzips like a book to reveal elastic bands for markers, pencils, and brushes of varying widths, a zippered pouch for secure storage of other creative tools, and sleeves to hold small pads and other wide items. Features a clip-on shoulder strap as well as velcro bands that attach to the Etchr Satchel or other backpack.

Outer dimensions measure 9-1/4" x 5-1/2" x 1-1/2". Made of vegan-friendly materials.

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Brand Etchr
Series Field Case
Color Charcoal
Color Family Gray
Size 9-1/4" x 5-1/2" x 1-1/2"
No. 1003

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