Simply Sutton Duffle
Say hello to a starry bag.
Hit the road for a weekend getaway with the perfect Simply Sutton Duffle! Easily pack everything you need for any destination in this barrel-bodied vegan leather duffle, featuring, a stylish, starry design. The super fun tassel and star attachment add the perfect touch to the celestial print. Twin carry handles make it easy and comfortable to tote around. Simple and ready to go!
By supporting Sutton's campaign, you're also making a difference in the lives of shelter pups across the Houston area! Sutton is donating 100% of Campaign profits to Pup Squad Animal Rescue, to help save orphaned puppies.
- Created by Original Sutton Walsh
- 100% of Campaign profit goes to Pup Squad Animal Rescue
- Barrel body, vegan leather bag
- Exclusive constellation-inspired print
- Measures 19” W x 9” H x 9” D
- Premium vegan leather tassel and star accent
- Designed and assembled in the USA
- Product will be made when Campaign reaches goal
Give Back: 100%
We love when a plan comes together, and for Sutton it has! All product has shipped to customers…ahem the Nation. If you were one of the lucky ones who ordered, you should expect its arrival any day now, so keep an eye out!
Sutton rescued her pup from Pup Squad, and hopes others will also support their mission.
Pup Squad was founded in 2008 by four former volunteers from BARC, the City of Houston Animal Control facility. One of the most distressing things about volunteering at BARC was seeing the plight of the puppies and mother dogs. Boxes of puppies would be brought to the shelter because their owners didn’t have the time or resources to care for them or find them homes. Moms with litters would be picked up from the streets by animal control and brought in on almost a daily basis. But these puppies had little chance of survival once they entered the shelter and it was so sad to see litter after litter of pups getting sick, dying at BARC or having to be euthanized. This was not because they were unwanted... people want to adopt pups! It's because these young puppies simply cannot survive in a shelter environment.