Bison Leather North To South Featured in Outside Magazine Spring Picks

mai 02, 2016

Bison Leather North To South Featured in Outside Magazine Spring Picks

The good folks at Outside Magazine recently selected our Bison Leather North to South Messenger Bag for their Spring Commuters guide! 

 

 Bison Leather North to South Messenger bag

"Tucker & Bloom’s flagship North to South Messenger Bag ups the bike bag game in a big way. Instead of some form of nylon, this hauler is made from a supple but tough bison leather that definitely stands out in a crowded San Francisco bike lane. But it’s not just made to show off. Inside it’s big enough for your laptop plus a stack of vinyl and a trusty rain jacket. Thanks to the cycling-specific cross-body shearling strap, it will always stay put while you weave through morning traffic. Inside, Tucker & Bloom cleverly lined the bag with bright orange fabric, which adds a touch of style but also makes it easy to find your keys, even in low light".—Greg Thomas, associate editor

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