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Messenger bag - which one looks best?

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

Hey everyone,

 

currently looking for a messenger bag, and I found a couple I like, but I'm not sure which one of them I like best.

What's your opinion, which one looks the nicest out of these?

 

post #2 of 12
Thread Starter 

Come on guys, I'm really just looking for 2 or 3 opinions before pushing the button

post #3 of 12
Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.

Get a deck of cards, shuffle them, deal yourself two cards, whatever the total is, that's the bag you're buying. happy.gif
post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.

Get a deck of cards, shuffle them, deal yourself two cards, whatever the total is, that's the bag you're buying. happy.gif

Gee man, I sure wonder what would have taken longer, giving me a legitimate answer (i. e. a single character) or typing out your 'witty' reply.

 

The bags don't look THAT similar

post #5 of 12

You've had one reply in three days, while the rest of the forum keeps moving.  That should be an indicator to you that there's something wrong with your post(s), causing a lack of feedback.  I'm guessing you haven't spent much time lurking here, or it would be pretty obvious where you went wrong:

 

1.  Your question is not deserving of its own thread.  You could post in either the "Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?" or "Ask a Question, Get an Answer - ask all quick questions here" threads, or in the Menswear Advice sub-forum.

2.  You literally cannot see shit in the image provided.  They do look all the same.  No additional info-- e.g. brand, price, materials, desired features, usage habits, what you normally wear, etc-- is provided.

3.  You've given too many choices.  Are there really 21 bags that you're equally undecided on?  If you can't make up your mind and narrow it down to 2 or 3 favorites then it probably means that you don't really like any of them all that much.

post #6 of 12
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Originally Posted by flowcharts View Post
 

You've had one reply in three days, while the rest of the forum keeps moving.  That should be an indicator to you that there's something wrong with your post(s), causing a lack of feedback.  I'm guessing you haven't spent much time lurking here, or it would be pretty obvious where you went wrong:

 

1.  Your question is not deserving of its own thread.  You could post in either the "Should I or shouldn't I buy... (clothing item)?" or "Ask a Question, Get an Answer - ask all quick questions here" threads, or in the Menswear Advice sub-forum.

2.  You literally cannot see shit in the image provided.  They do look all the same.  No additional info-- e.g. brand, price, materials, desired features, usage habits, what you normally wear, etc-- is provided.

3.  You've given too many choices.  Are there really 21 bags that you're equally undecided on?  If you can't make up your mind and narrow it down to 2 or 3 favorites then it probably means that you don't really like any of them all that much.

Boo hoo, I posted a new thread instead of in some clusterfuck thread with 9001 replies where it would have gotten just as ignored.

If you cannot see shit then you should invest in a (new) pair of glasses because you can see enough to tell which bags looks nicer than which, I'm not gonna upload a 10000x10000 pic. And in that context, pretty sure I was asking about which one LOOKS best, so brand, price, materials, desired features, usage habits mean fuck all. I'm looking for opinions on the bag on its own, so what I wear doesn't really matter anyway, but let's just assume white tee + dark indigo jawns.

21 choices are too many? Fine. Which of these COLORS looks best?

post #7 of 12

cool yr jets, there, sport

post #8 of 12


I am biased as I own a Mulberry Anthony Messenger Bag in Black- £595.00

 

post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 
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cool yr jets, there, sport

my jets are as cool as can, be, mac

 

thanks for another non-answer though

post #10 of 12
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post #11 of 12

Top row, better than middle row.  Bottom row better than middle row.

 

Your clothing choice makes the black too stark.  Of the browns, it's a matter of preference.  Maybe the top right is more easy to live with.  

 

Personally they all look too complicated and detailed, like womens handbags, for a simple messenger bag. Too many buckle flaps, accoutrements and straps and flaps. It looks like a camera bag or in the middle right a fake safari bag with stud fasteners behind the decorative straps.

 

Kenneth's has the right idea with simplicity at its minimal best although the shiny brass and leather comes across as rather formal for your indigo jeans.

 

Have you thought of an Engineered Garments tote bag?  They can roll up into your back pocket :)

 

Sorry many here probably aren't bag fans.   If I carry one, I would at least like a 1 litre water bladder, emergency torch, 3 carabiners, headphone clip, mobil phone holster, ballistic nylon construction from 1000 grade thread, waterproof and triple stitched.  Not some coloured canvas trendy thing which leaches all the colour onto white clothingnin the rain.

post #12 of 12

I like the "blueish" one but I do not like them overall. They look like travel bags

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