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post #16 of 22
I would like that RL bag if it wasn't green. The green color + gold buckle make it look like an old woman's bag
post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by aleeboy View Post
Have you had a look at Coach? I have one in light brown, and I think they are of really high quality. Much better than, dare I say it, LV.

WHAT?!?! This guy needs to be banned
post #18 of 22
haha, coach quality is crap. Machine made in china, shitty leather, uneven stitching, et cetera.
post #19 of 22
I'd go w/ a Glaser bag. If you're unfamiliar w/ them, you might do a search here. The Glasers are obsessive about quality and functionality. No money goes into marketing. It all goes into the quality of the product.
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by fcuknu View Post
haha, coach quality is crap. Machine made in china, shitty leather, uneven stitching, et cetera.
Coach's current goods, yes; older stuff, no. I have a bag from the mid-nineties that is outstanding in quality and appearance. It has been through all sorts of abuse, but still functions well and looks better now than when it was new.
post #21 of 22
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Fox81,

What's the good word?

Thanks!

Bag has arrived and im very happy with it. Has a rustic antiqued feel about it. There were one or two loose threads with the stitching and the shoulder strap isnt the best, but in terms of value for money, it can't be beat. i will try get some photos for you. Some of their website photos have it looking a bit caramel brown, but its more of a red-brown.
post #22 of 22
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Looking forward to the photos. Thanks, man.
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