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Some of Lost & Found also (good pants w/ narrow hems).
interesting, do you have something specific in mind ? I always see L&F more as a loose/sarouel pants label.

@jsd642 nice jacket
post #902 of 2146
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interesting, do you have something specific in mind ? I always see L&F more as a loose/sarouel pants label.

@jsd642 nice jacket

Agreed for the mainlone L&F
Some of the ROOMs non mainline L&F stuff is slimmer. Check at Ink Hk or Cruvior
post #903 of 2146
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interesting, do you have something specific in mind ? I always see L&F more as a loose/sarouel pants label.

 

both these: https://*****************/listings/410129-Lost---Found-Ria-Dunn-Drawstring-Trousers and these: https://www.lyst.com/clothing/lost-found-cotton-linen-acid-dye-pocket-jean/ (though admittedly I got a pair that were tagged S but were actually XS!) are pretty narrow (relative to my experience, anyway!). The one pair of L&F Rooms pants I have, too.

 

The stock at Cruvoir seems like in general they're fairly slender: https://cruvoir.com/lost-found-ria-dunn/10282-16295692-buttoned-slim-pant-anthracite e.g.

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@jsd642 That KKA jacket looks great on you. I'd been eyeing it as well, but glad it ended up in your hands.

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Anyone know of a maker/artisan that does custom bags in style of the stuff we talk about in this thread?

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Anyone know of a maker/artisan that does custom bags in style of the stuff we talk about in this thread?

 

What general sort of bag besides handmade, assuming rustic leather?

http://shop.zambarrett.com/accessories

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Anyone know of a maker/artisan that does custom bags in style of the stuff we talk about in this thread?

http://www.esde-bags.com/ <-- my rec.
http://www.ierib.com/
Cornelian Taurus does semi-custom stuff
post #908 of 2146

Looking for a one strap sling backpack similar to this old IS, most similar stuff lays horizontally like a messenger bag but I'm looking for something vertical like a normal backpack

Doesn't have to be super-handmade etc. Just good leather, decent size (need it to carry a 15 inch laptop), zippered closure/not open

 

post #909 of 2146
Ehhhh that odd shape won't be great for a laptop. It will fit it but may look odd. The bag looks like it doesn't have too much form m, kinda slouchy and a laptop which is hard and has form can clash.

If you are not married to the backpack having to be leather then check some technical fabric backpacks. I came to this conclusion when I was getting myself a backpack.
post #910 of 2146
I have another backpack that works fine functionally but it looks weird when I'm wearing my cool dark clothing and carrying a nylon backpack. Just looking for an upgrade and I like the IS design a lot.
post #911 of 2146
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I have another backpack that works fine functionally but it looks weird when I'm wearing my cool dark clothing and carrying a nylon backpack. Just looking for an upgrade and I like the IS design a lot.

i have the slate version of the below, it won't work in some cases like wearing a long coat. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

http://missionworkshop.com/products/advanced_projects/vx-rucksack.php

btw fits 2 laptops easily.
post #912 of 2146
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http://www.ierib.com/

I checked the website and I like this except for the pockets:

post #913 of 2146

I use this which is good but doesn't really work with a coat or leather. 

 

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I use this which is good but doesn't really work with a coat or leather. 



yea switch that out.

check arcteryx, missionworkshop, chrome if you don't go with pure leather. maybe cote & ciel http://www.fwrd.com/mens-brand-cote-ciel/9a8d2b/



Edit: tumi has leather backpacks, idk how fashionable though.
BBS has bags:
-http://www.fwrd.com/product-11-by-boris-bidjan-saberi-xplorer-bag-in-black/11BF-MY8/?d=Mens&srcType=plpaltimage&list=plp-list-7
-http://www.fwrd.com/product-11-by-boris-bidjan-saberi-velocity-backpack-in-white/11BF-MY7/?d=Mens&srcType=plpaltimage&list=plp-list-7
-http://www.revolve.com/11-by-boris-bidjan-saberi-velocity-backpack-in-black/dp/11BR-MY2/?d=Mens
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