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Stegosacculus is a bag that lived around 155 million years ago - during the Sacculus Period - in the Western of Germany. It was a handmade braided bag known for its rounded back and its tripple row of back plates that end with a lock out of gun metal on the bag’s tail. This bag was first discovered in 2018 by Nadine Eismann during the Great ECCO leather Rush - also known as the ECCO leather design contest.

Because this bag had armored plates that seemed shingled, it was given the name Stegosacculus (stego „roof“; sacculus „bag“), which means “roofed bag”.

Made with ECCO Tectonic Leather

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