- Aug 12, 2010
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I prefer the over-the-shoulder handles as well.
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Do you recall which Clegg tote you have? I’ve debated getting one, or something like a smaller duffle for everyday use. I’ve been using a Filson one for years but an nice upgrade is long overdueI don't really find heavy totes all that functional in the first place – I have a Frank Clegg leather tote with some bells and whistles, including a shoulder strap, and it's usually heavier than is really comfortable to have hanging from my shoulder. The strap was useful when at the airport recently, though.
Which is not to say fancy totes aren't nice to own or look at.
Why are you buying stuff you don't want? And what's the good thing about those mags? I never did understand their allure...I'm reaching critical mass on Japanese menswear mags – I have 24 more copies coming that I don't even want at this point (although will read).
I suppose my only resale options are the Bay. Undoubtedly there are buyers who don't want to contend with the cost of shipping from Japan (this last box cost over $200 to ship). However, I'm not really a seller at heart and I'm not looking to sit around with inventory for years.
Or maybe I'll move into a place with more space and decide to keep them.
The Commuter Tote: https://frankcleggleatherworks.com/commuter-tote-cognac.htmlDo you recall which Clegg tote you have? I’ve debated getting one, or something like a smaller duffle for everyday use. I’ve been using a Filson one for years but an nice upgrade is long overdue
Free & Easy features looks that represent (and defined) a style of Amekaji menswear for Japanese and American men alike. It features pretty pictures of vintage Americana while suggesting a modern lifestyle along with it. Basically, it's Americana Appreciation. Popeye is similar, except longer running, so the oldest issues also document different decades in American history.Why are you buying stuff you don't want? And what's the good thing about those mags? I never did understand their allure...
Nice. Christy green – that's one I've been considering.