I could probably eat this bag. If it was served with a dressed rocket salad and a baked potato. I don’t think it was necessarily designed to be edible, but if it was in front of me right now, and I had a tall strawberry milkshake and a set of strong cutlery, I’d have a go.
Or, I’d just carry it around. And just live with the fact that people will try to steal it to eat it. Come on. It does look delicious.
I’m a big fan of The Superior Labor. They make killer bucket hats – kind of floppy, Japanese style. They’ve also dropped a couple of hefty bags over at The Bureau. “I really liked it”, my girl said, “until I saw the big branding on one side.” She’s got a point. It’s not for everyone. I’m precariously on the fence. On the one hand, it’s massive branding – which I don’t usually fuck with. On the other, it’s The Superior Labor, what average bro has even heard of them?
Either way, there’s two styles pimped from natural canvas and Nume leather. For the boffins, Nume leather is tanned with a plant extract called Tannin and its surface is left natural without any extra processing. The tanning take a month and results in a particularly beautiful finish and one that’s extremely durable. I guess that’s why we’re in the 300 – 400 quid region for these things. That’s reasonable for a good bag. But a bit much for dinner.