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post #166 of 260

ummm my doods, this should be called man purse fi

post #167 of 260

 

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Originally Posted by Scott_Tarlow View Post

I think both chrome and mission workshop are made by people who previously worked for timbuk2.



Wouldn't surprise me. I was merely remarking on the implication that one company made the real thing and the others were imitators.

 

As a side note, but ever since someone first mentioned Chrome bags I've been seeing them everywhere I go in San Francisco.

post #168 of 260

Heh, I did read they have been adopted by hipsters. Anyway I'm designing my Seagull bag today, looking forward to putting my order in!

post #169 of 260
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Originally Posted by CrazyRay View Post

Me likes lot!!!

 


I have been using 5.11 products for a while now and I'm very impressed with the design and quality of their bags.

 

 


Edited by StargateRecords - 8/21/11 at 12:40pm
post #170 of 260

manbag fi

post #171 of 260

 

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Originally Posted by buffalowings View Post

manbag fi



Man-purse, thank you very much. And the Scotts wore purses and I dare you to tell me they weren't manly.

post #172 of 260
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Originally Posted by DougofTheAbaci View Post

 



Man-purse, thank you very much. And the Scotts wore purses and I dare you to tell me they weren't manly.

they wore kilts too (snicker snicker..man skirts)
 

 

post #173 of 260

tombihn.com Best nylon bag made.

post #174 of 260

 

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Originally Posted by buffalowings View Post

they wore kilts too (snicker snicker..man skirts)



Don't knock it. They're actually very comfy. Bit nippy in the winter, though. And yes, I would know. Scottish heritage that comes out in full force when there's a wedding in the family. 

post #175 of 260

I'm thinking my next messenger bag buy will be the chrome buran...

post #176 of 260

The wait time on the Seagull bags is at least 4 weeks, not going to bother now (need it sooner). Was thinking of the Timbuk 2 Commute 2.0 in the small size. Their Freestyle netbook messenger bag looked nice but just a touch too small for things like my water bottle, throwing some spare shoes in and that kind of stuff. Pity they don't sell these bags over here in the UK as I have to order from the USA and get stung by import.

post #177 of 260

I did go for the Commute 2.0 mentioned above, didn't cost much at all in the end. Very happy with it, although we'll see how it fares fully loaded when I start my job on Monday!

post #178 of 260

I'm loving my mission workshop monty....... I can hold soooooooo much in it because of the roll top. 

post #179 of 260

How's the Monty for just walking around? (I'm short with a broad shoulders if that helps)  I need a new bag to carry my laptop and adult magazine collection, and I want something that will last and looks nice.


Edited by Kirosia - 9/24/11 at 9:38am
post #180 of 260

its a big bag... its like the size of the timbuk2 medium. Its great walking around..... i enjoy it

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