Keepall is a Boston bag announced in 1924.
Classified as a travel bag, it was announced as a Boston bag that can be folded and stored in a suitcase. Apart from the trunk case, it can be used as a bag to carry around, and has been loved by many people for about 100 years since it was announced without discontinuing production.
The keyhole is made of soft cotton so that it can be folded and stored in a suitcase.
In addition, the rounded leather handle has features such as "Poignier" for fixing the handle and a name tag, which is useful for long-distance travel and bag storage at the airport.
In 1930, the "Bandrière" with shoulder straps was also announced. Of course, the shoulder strap is removable, so you can change the way to hold it depending on the scene.
At the time when the keypol was announced, it was around the time when car transportation became popular. At the time of its founding, Louis Vuitton was a store specializing in travel bags and mainly sold trunk cases. The key ring was announced as an easy-to-carry bag that can be carried separately from the trunk case.