Images via Mildblend Supply Co.
I appreciate this Smoky Boston Bag from Porter and hope you do too, because it's delightful and deserving of love, like a wet-eyed puppy, sitting atop a bed of newspaper clippings in the window of your local pet store. But unlike said puppy, this bag was not produced in an inhumane breeding facility, by an underfed and ever-pregnant mother, within the tight confines of a shit-stained cage. No, this bag was produced in Japan, by skilled craftsmen, in a place that probably smells like some sort of delicious tropical fruit or obscure mountain flower. I didn't plan on writing a post about how you should buy a bag from Japan instead of a dog from a puppy mill, but I guess that's the direction it's headed now and I think we all know this blog decides its own fate. I am merely its vessel. Its voice. I am the window to a world of half-baked madness and articles about expensive jackets and stuff. Heed my call and buy this bag. It only costs 275 USD, which sounds like a large amount of money, because it is. But with an average of 261 workdays a year, all you have to do is carry this bag to work or wherever you pretend to work for a little over a calendar year and you'll bring your cost-per-carry down to the golden ratio of $1:1. Sorry, friends, but I must bid you adieu. I just looked over at my bag and it looks extremely pissed. Now I feel like a total dick. I hate when I hurt the feelings of my inanimate possessions. Jealousy is the filthiest of emotions -RB
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