Spring 2009: Billykirk bags

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The guys over at Blackbird have gotten in a heavy assortment of Billykirk bags, including the waxed cotton game bag pictured above. All Billykirk leather goods are handmade in the U.S.A. by Amish leather workers. 

The game bag above is a classic messenger-style bag that’s ideal for carrying notebooks or whatever else you might need for school or general day-to-day activities. It’s made from heavy-duty waxed cotton with leather trim. The shoulder straps are adjustable. 

See all the Billykirk bags Blackbird has after the jump.  

Diet Butcher Slim Patch Messenger Bag

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For the Spring, Diet Butcher Slim has released a new messenger bag that gives the traditional messenger a much-needed twist. The multi-material leather patches on the flap are the appealing to the eye, making Diet Butcher Slim’s newest bag essential if you’re looking to break the norm. Deer, horse and cow leather are all part of the equation with leather straps and details. 

More images after the jump.  

QWSTION Black Collection

QWSTION bags enlists the dark to bring to light its newest Black Collection. We're blessed with six styles all available in ink black - Sports, Messenger, Shoulder, Simple, 3-Day Travel, and the original Backpack. They all emphasize QWSTION bags' minimalist...

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Hard Graft’s 2UNFOLD multi-use laptop bag

Most laptop bags are able to be used two different ways: Over your left shoulder or over your right shoulder.  Hard Graft’s 2Unfold multi-use laptop bag goes beyond that with eight different ways to sport it.

It’s carefully handmade in Italy by “highly skilled artisans” and is crafted from premium Italian hand-picked, hand-tanned and hand-finished leather matched with an exquisite Italian cotton canvas.

The 2Unfold can be used as a briefcase, shoulder bag, safe case, rucksack, leather courier, canvas courier, leather clutch and canvas clutch.  If you don’t believe us, then check out the gallery after the jump.  Well, check it out anyway.