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Porter "Heat" Messenger Bag

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by rkny, Jan 30, 2013.

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  1. rkny

    rkny Active Member

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    Selling a lightly used Porter Heat messenger. This bag will cost you $300+ new with shipping from Japan.

    This is the smaller version of the 2 Heat model messengers, measuring 12" wide. It's a great size for a city bag.

    I bought it last year, decided it wasn't for me, then sold it. A week after selling it, the buyer decided it wasn't for him either, so I took it back, only to find out the buyer had removed the flashlight from the zipper pull and bent the slider. (The Maglite flashlight is still included and unused). Upon trying to unbend the slider, it broke. I put the bag in a drawer and haven't touched it since.

    The zipper location is as illustrated below. The zipper still works fine. It just needs a new slider.

    Otherwise the bag is in near mint condition. Selling as is, final sale.

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