Introduced in the Spring 1986 catalogue as the British Low-Profile Bag, it subsequently ran until Summer 1988 as the Cotton Twill and Leather Low-Profile Bag.
From the catalogue: ” An elegantly informal legal-sized bag in which to carry movie scripts, plans for the new restaurant, specs for your latest invention–or just your tennis togs–this briefcase in no way resembles the usual stiff and stuffy item. Splendidly suited to working vacations on exotic islands, it holds–in addition to your files–bathing suit, shorts, T-shirts, and paperbacks (the last fit neatly in two roomy outside pockets.) Made of 100% cotton twill generously trimmed with leather, it’s equipped with a sturdy, adjustable 48-inch webbed strap. At home, it travels to meetings as easily as it did the tropics. In fact, it’s rather like a well-bred human–wherever you take it, it fits in.” Later catalogues had a truncated description paired with a review by famous San Francisco lawyer Melvin Belli.