bi color quilted suvi does anyone own this bag?

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  1. If you own this bag is it lightweight or does it collapse with your stuff in it? Thanks for any info anyone has. Thanks.:tup:
  2. I don't have the bi-color Suvi, but I do own the bi-color Reena and it is one of the lightest bags I have ever owned. It is really comfortable to carry. If you like your bags on the lighter side, this type of leather would be perfect for you. It has shape, though. It does not sink in.
  3. I own this bag. It's great! It's light and holds its shape with all my stuff in it. I like that it can be carried multiple ways. :tup: