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post #16 of 81
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Originally Posted by as_ View Post
Sorry for the ignorance, but what exactly is so great about these Filson bags? I bought into the SF hype and purchased a 256, but can't really tell how this bag is really that much better or nicer than any of my other bags. Am I missing something?

Sell it to me? I'm looking to get the 256 in brown...
post #17 of 81


The Herschel Supply Co. Brand
post #18 of 81
Thinking about taking a Beckel Canvas war bag and waxing the shit out of it: in OD http://www.beckelcanvas.com/products...products_id=71 white http://www.beckelcanvas.com/products...products_id=22 Wm. J Mills makes nice canvas stuff but they've bumped up prices like 30% in the last two months.
post #19 of 81
Just picked this up from TJ Maxx yesterday. I really like Samsonite Black Label. Lots of nice details. I think my wife is probably going to use this more than I am, so I'm stuck with an old gym bag.
post #20 of 81
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Originally Posted by as_ View Post
I have one of these Weekenders from Fossil:

http://www.fossil.com/en_US/shop/men/bags/duffle_bags/weekender_jesse-mbg5903p.html?departmentCategoryId=30001&N=0&Ns=p_msc2|0||p_weight|0&rec=3&pn=c&imagePath=MBG5903201

I really like it. Any reason why nobody buys Fossil products around here?

From time to time they make a nice looking bag, but the knock(s) on them is cheap material, poor construction and products that just don't hold up.
post #21 of 81
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Originally Posted by Razele View Post
Yeah that MMM was nice

All there bags are each season

Where are they sold? I rarely see them and don't know of any online distributors.
post #22 of 81
snapped a picture of the APC one they have at barneys right now for $370, was contemplating it but didn't pull the trigger
post #23 of 81
I am using my Krane "Arkan" duffle in washed black leather. One really nice design feature is that the leather is extremely soft and drapey, so it looks good even when mostly empty, but has surprising volume (right now I have it stuffed with enough stuff for a 10 day trip.)

I think that the retail is about $900-1K.
post #24 of 81
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
I am using my Krane "Arkan" duffle in washed black leather. One really nice design feature is that the leather is extremely soft and drapey, so it looks good even when mostly empty, but has surprising volume (right now I have it stuffed with enough stuff for a 10 day trip.)

I think that the retail is about $900-1K.

Yeah this one looks nice, you've posted a linlk before (I think).

I have a numéro10 bag for short trips.
post #25 of 81
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Originally Posted by as_ View Post
Sorry for the ignorance, but what exactly is so great about these Filson bags? I bought into the SF hype and purchased a 256, but can't really tell how this bag is really that much better or nicer than any of my other bags. Am I missing something?

I think it is a combination of it being made in USA, relatively cheap, simple looking and durable that made it popular on SF.

I have an all black billy kirk day bag... same one that jkissi has and the one razele is talking about.
post #26 of 81
I just bought one of these. Medium seems like it would be good for a day or two. http://www.johnandmarybags.com/bags.html
post #27 of 81
my two. hardly ever use the jil. such a bummer.


post #28 of 81
Is Billykirk excluded from the Revolve first-time discount? Had my eye on the BKCircus weekend bag, but it doesn't sound like they're getting it back in stock. The black/navy BK carryall bag was my next choice. With that Revolve code, the price difference will be negligible.
post #29 of 81
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
Yeah this one looks nice, you've posted a linlk before (I think).

I have a numéro10 bag for short trips.

I like the Numero10 bags, and thought about picking one up (they sell them at Jack Straw Filaments in Seattle. My big concern was that the leather and overall construction didn't look nearly as damage-resistant as the Krane bag. And having your luggage spilling out in the middle of the airport is a traveller's nightmare (and you'll be stuck with a piece of crap that you get from the duty free.) The styling is nice though.
post #30 of 81
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Originally Posted by b-ill View Post
I just bought one of these. Medium seems like it would be good for a day or two.

http://www.johnandmarybags.com/bags.html


Have you received it yet? How heavy is the canvas compared to a filson? I'd never heard of the brand, looks good.

I use a property of bag for short trips. It's fine, not terribly tough, though.
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