How to Kill a Superhero Cross-Body Bag (A4 Sized for Concerts/Live Events)

Step into your own queer superhero narrative with the How to Kill a Superhero Cross-Body Bag, designed for queer folks who want to celebrate color, music and art with every step. Whether you’re conquering city streets or navigating through festivals, this bag is your perfect companion. This print features a stunning illustration from Cesar Torres' How to Kill a Superhero book series, featuring the kinky superhero Roland, an original character who stars in the book series. The bag's print features a stunning pink/gray gradient that will make this a conversation starter anywhere you go.

🔧Functional and Practical Features🔧

  • Durable Construction: Crafted from 100% polyester with a sturdy fabric weight of 9.91 oz./yd.² (336 g/m²), this bag is built to last. It features a fusible backing for added firmness, ensuring it maintains its shape through all your adventures.
  • Spacious Design: Sized at 5.7″ × 7.7″ × 2″ (14.5 cm × 19.5 cm × 5 cm), it offers ample room for your essentials without weighing you down.
  • Ready for big concerts like Taylor Swift's Eras Tour, Beyonce, and more. This bag meets A4 size parameters, making it ideal for large concerts and events where bag size restrictions apply. Note: this bag is not transparent. Please be sure to check the requirements for the specific venue you will visit to ensure these dimensions meet the requirements. 
  • Functional Details: Includes both inside and outside pockets, perfect for organizing smaller items. The adjustable strap allows for comfortable wear, and the two-way zipper ensures easy access to your gear on the move.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What's Your Return and Exchange Policy?

  • We offer FREE returns and exchanges for United States customers

  • We offer paid returns for international customers. The customer must pay for all shipping fees when sending back their return. No exchanges allowed.

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