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Accessories March, 31 2012

Workers (Japan) Flap Messenger Bag

A good amount of time, design, and TLC went into this Flap Bag from Workers Japan that we are excited to bring you a peek at. Per usual with the brand, the heritage details have it. The rivets in this case are crushed manually using an analog machine. We are likely losing a few things in translation, but the shape on this mimics the brand’s Tool Bag but has the addition of the namesake flap, plus a removable shoulder strap which allows it to be carried as a handbag.

Cheery, sporty looking thing. We are drawn to the camouflage which is not exactly customary. And now a highlight from Google tanslator: “He simply wither and attracted to the unique expression of a different fabric.” We know how that feels.

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