Brand: Louis Vuitton

Season: FW18

Price: $79,000

Release Date: Available now

Buy: Louis Vuitton

Editor’s Notes: First unveiled at the Louis Vuitton men’s FW18 show, the Backpack GM is likely the most extra backpack you’ll never be able to afford. If the use of rare crocodilian leather didn't let you know just how luxurious this backpack is, its insane $79,000 price tag surely will.

The bag's reptilian material comes in titanium gray with titanium-colored metal buckles and zips. But it's not all croc all the time: the bag also features cowhide leather trim and calf leather lining.

Storage-wise, there are two zipped pockets — one inside, one outside — and an additional double pocket on the inside.

If you’re in the market for a backpack that costs more than most cars, head to Louis Vuitton’s webstore via the link below.

For those of us with humbler incomes, we'll settle for a closer look at the backpack in the gallery above. It's a beautiful item, but would you spend $79,000 on a bag if you could? Let us know in the comments.

For more product porn, check out this $700 steel clothes hanger.

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