stylish backpack

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dirtrider123, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. cldpsu

    cldpsu Senior member

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    I don't think it's that beautiful. Looks like Jan sport made something out of leather
     


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    hustlenflo22 Senior member

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    I don't think it's that beautiful. Looks like Jan sport made something out of leather

    +1, looks like a leather sac hanging off your back...it's very hard to make a backpack stylish, the best you could hope for is oldschool chill look
     


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    [​IMG] I wish....
    Looks like something made with the leather Rick Owens uses. Sort of cool, though I agree it does have an odd drapey unstructured look that is a little creepy. Reminds me of the pouch on the front of a kangaroo or something. On that note... I'd definitely wear it.
     


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    I think Tumi has some nice offerings as well, but I also agree with the people who suggested a messenger bag instead. they're much sleeker, and Jack Spade makes a lot of nice ones.
     


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    [​IMG] No idea what it is but I dig this one. I just bought an iDiom backpack but then again I dress more technical street/hypebeasty so its probably not what you're looking for. If I were to get a messenger it'd be more along the lines of acronym or bagjack. +1 for Jack Spade and Marc Jacobs too.
     


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    Whatever you do, don't get that ginormous Raf Simons one. [​IMG]
     


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    [​IMG] here's mine. stripped a jansport then painted. perfect if you're in highschool. [​IMG] EDIT: perfect only if you're in high school.
     


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    [​IMG]


    i like that style...check out ebay and such for swiss military backpacks....similar look...i think military rucksacks are the best looking backpacks..
     


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    I wish....


    Whatever you do, don't get that ginormous Raf Simons one.

    Yup. Only works if you dress goth-ninja (Raf, Ann D, RO etc.) head to toe.
     


  10. chronoaug

    chronoaug Boston Hipster (Dropkick Murphy)

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    The latest raf stuff isn't very goth ninja at all. More techy/futuristic than goth. The raf x eastpak one wouldn't look good with a traditional outfit, but i think it could still work. The duffle pack might be easier. Not for me at the price, but interesting nonetheless.

    The lambskin one i posted was at south willard during the fall. Jet would know the brand. It might've been Stephen Schneider or maybe branquinho. I don't remember.
     


  11. dirtrider123

    dirtrider123 Well-Known Member

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    No idea what it is but I dig this one.

    I just bought an iDiom backpack but then again I dress more technical street/hypebeasty so its probably not what you're looking for. If I were to get a messenger it'd be more along the lines of acronym or bagjack.

    +1 for Jack Spade and Marc Jacobs too.


    that one is crazy lol
     


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    Yup. Only works if you dress goth-ninja (Raf, Ann D, RO etc.) head to toe.

    that back pack is not that goth ninja...

    its patrik ervell btw

    was around 4-450
     


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    dirtrider123 Well-Known Member

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    AR_Six "Sookie!"

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    Backpacks are meant to be functional more than anything. Their basic design doesn't lend itself to "looking good". So, your options are limited to not using one (ie, using something else to carry whatever stuff you need around), or getting something unassuming. That tumi one that was just posted was pretty solid imo.
     


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    So now that i've begun dressing much nicer i need to upgrade the rest of my things as well and ive decided that i need a new backpack as well, i want something leather that is very high quality, i would be using it everday for school, i was looking at this one: http://eluxury.com/estore/browse/pro...sp?id=11291624 idk what u guys think bout that one? but something that is nice and stylish to go with the nice outfits, i would love your guys input on this.

    thank you!!! [​IMG]


    2 words: Jerome Olivet.

    Ergonomic design and nice look and pricey. Check it out.
    You wont regret it.
     


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