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 Post subject: Very Cool Courier Bags
PostPosted: Sat Oct 04, 2008 7:54 pm 
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My girlfriend has been looking for a courier bag to carry a laptop. She's found this guy: http://bagaboo.hu/en
They are fantastic, fully custom design courier bags, not cheap, but you'd end up with a very unique bag 8)
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Theres a shedload more on his Flickr

Enjoy :wink:


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 1:09 pm 
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Those designs look really cool.

I feel it my duty to suggest these...

http://courierbags.com/

I've got one of these CourierWare bags that I've had since about 1994. It has had a complete hammering and is still in fantastic condition... very tough and extremely recomended by me.


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I've had my Bagaboo workhorse bag for just over a year now and use it everyday. It is so well built and designed. I can fit my weekly Sainisbury's shop in it and it will clinch down to a smaller size for general use.
The outer shell is very tough and the bag has always proved to be waterproof, even in the worst downpour.


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I've had my Bagaboo workhorse bag for just over a year now and use it everyday. It is so well built and designed. I can fit my weekly Sainisbury's shop in it and it will clinch down to a smaller size for general use.
The outer shell is very tough and the bag has always proved to be waterproof, even in the worst downpour.


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If i go for one can't really justify it, but hard to resist) i think i know what i want on it. The design from this t-shirt, which i got last week.

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The chap who runs the company is really helpful.. The hardest part is deciding what colours to go for. I was like a small kid when mine arrived. Order one up, you won't regret it.


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