These are the large bags. They come without a strap and can be used as a pouch. Add a neck strap and you can carry it over your shoulder or diagonally across our body.
The bags are made with waxed canvas made by Halley Stevensons in Scotland.
There are five colors: brown, berry garnet, red, black, and Orion blue. The red is offered on a limited basis since the color has been discontinued.
The large bag is 1/4" (6mm) when empty. When empty it can be folded or rolled into a cylinder 1 1/2" (38mm) in diameter.
The large bag is divided into two compartments. It is lined with a fleece that is 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton.
The bag is flexible and conforms to the contents.
While the bag is compact it can hold a remarkable amount of camera equipment. It can hold a small SLR such as a Nikon FE or an Olympus OMD EM-1 Mark II. (These will need to use a body cap to fit.) Shown on the left is a Nikon FE with a 105mm/f2.5, a 50mm/1.8 pancake, and a 28mm/f2.8. All lenses have lens hoods. And a roll of film.
It can also hold a rangefinder and three lenses. On the right is a Leica IIIa (an M series will also fit) with three lenses. If the rangefinder is using a collapsible lens it will not need to use a body cap to fit. The lenses are a Voigtlander 90mm/f3.5, a Leitz 50mm/f2 Summitar, and a Voigtlander 25mm/f4. All lenses have hoods and viewfinders. And a Weston Master V light meter and a roll of film.