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Jas bags


Persian Bro
Jun 9, 2006
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Came across a super dope grey leather one with zip top that folds over to a flap with two straps and no buckles which I hate. This is the nicest messenger I've come across and I'm wondering how much use you guys actually get out of yours and if Jas is quality. I know it's hand made in england and all that bs but it's 375.

LA Guy

Opposite Santa
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Mar 8, 2002
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Jas MB is, imho, good value for the money. That, and the Canadian brand formerly known as Rugby North America, which is a terrible name, but much better than their current name, which is the street number of wherever their store is (if anyone thinks this is a good name idea for a bar, no. For a label, even worse. It's done, and it's impossible to remember,) are some of the better leather goods companies out there. My leather messenger is one of the very first Varvatos to come out (come to think of it, I also have a belt from that first season which I am pretty sure was made in very small quantities.) I used to use it a lot, when I lived closer to my work and gym, but these days, with a 20 minute walk, and carrying my gym clothes/books and paper for work, etc... I usually carry a more practical Chrome bad instead. I still use it a fair bit in the summer, and in the winter when I am just out for the weekend and not schlepping much stuff around.

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