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I can not remember the first time i used a messenger bag, but i don't think i've really used anything else ever since. It's great for walking about, putting my groceries in, my shopping, my extra jacket, my school books, whatever. these days, it's for my work books, but it's the same bag! I've gone through Manhattan Portage, some Jack Spades, Crumpler, North Face, and many nameless bags. they all have their own identity and i've been using the Crumpler for work and travel recently. it's durable and large enough for most things. I've settled for a Barney Rustle Blanket but may end up getting a few more yet.
My sister got me two Jack Spades 2 years ago and i really like the "Warren St." Field bags. the button enclosure is hidden under the flap, there is a zip pocket inside and an outside pocket for pens and gadgets. the simple design works well and looks more formal than the "Greene St." version. The greene St bag tends to slip off my shoulders, gets loose and no matter how many times i readjust the strap, it slips back down. there are pockets for music players and all that, but the quality is just not there. i would prefer the Warren St any day, for the simple and elegant design with good functionality.
They now come in Olive and Chocolate, but mine is Brown with a Red lining. I think these bags would stand out from the posh european brands, but also look more sophisticated than the adventure Crumpler type. [equipbug]
by the way, Jack is the dog. Kate Spade is the wife.
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