Designer Takeshi Ozawa’s Bag’n’Noun has been churning out tastefully simple tough-as-nails portage since 2005. Meticulously crafted in Osaka, Japan from an array of top quality fabrics, the bags effortlessly combine form, function and quality in one damned handsome package. The Gold Toolbag, part of the co.’s Duck collection, is made from heavy-duty, 100% cotton duck, and natural leather. Designed to be a true all-purpose hauler, the bag features a large main compartment with an internal small goods pocket, a zippered outer pocket, rivets at key stress points, and two sets of straps (shoulder and hand). Philadelphia’s Art in the Age has ‘em, and the price, for what you’re getting, ain’t half bad.
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