Wednesday, June 22, 2011


New In - Philosophy Bag Co Paniers and Bags

We first saw Philosophy Bags Co out at NAHBS. I was struck not only by the quality of the design but by the quality of the product and the fact that all the bags are proudly made ethically as possible in the USA. 
These tight weave canvas bags keep the weather out and the dirt and grease from sticking, the leather straps and steel hardware give the bags a classic look complimenting any bike you mount them on. 
The Morrison Backback (£150) and the Crosstown Messenger bag (£120) are exactly the bags we've been looking for. A genuine vintage look with features seen more commonly on new bags such as a laptop sleeve and padded straps. Also far cheaper than high fashion counterparts. Enjoy!  

View the bags HERE

We appreciate craftsmanship and have immense admiration for the processes, materials, and skill that transform everyday materials into something special. Sadly, much of this tradition has been abandoned.
   Today’s goods are designed around mass production constraints. While this often yields low production costs, it is always a sacrifice in form, function, and often has detrimental social and environmental implications.
   It is our mission to revive craftsmanship, preserve its traditions, and contribute to its advancement the best we know how. “The fruit of craftsmanship is plentiful, it employs passionate people and yields products that radiate the positive energy employed to make them”. We build our products for those who see value in such efforts.

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