Archive for the 'Diaper Bags' Category

What to call your man purse so it doesn’t seem out of the ordinary

Wednesday, May 17th, 2006

Our last post on Google Trends and its implications for man-bag carriers everywhere left out a few terms that people might use to refer to a man’s handbag. So today we’ll set out to see if we can find a better answer to a simple question:
If you want to make it sound as innocuous and [...]

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Baby got Jack

Friday, February 24th, 2006

So what, exactly, is that quality that transforms an ordinary backpack into a Daddy Backpack?
In the case of the Jack Spade Dad Backpack, it’s . . . a changing pad.
A shocking concept, really: a men’s diaper bag designed for non-extreme conditions. No military imagery. No one will suspect you’re packing anti-poop weapons inside (maybe just [...]

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More fun with that diaper-battle metaphor

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006

Via a post at Daddy Types (“The Weblog for New Dads”), we learn of a diaper-bag alternative for men that continues the whole War on Baby Poop theme Diaper Dude advances so effectively.
It’s not a man purse. It’s not a diaper bag. It’s (military drum roll, please) . . . the Baby Bandolier! Kinda like [...]

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Daddy Warpurse

Tuesday, February 21st, 2006

Yes, this is a diaper bag for men. Designed to combat post-fatherhood emasculation fears, it’s constructed of camouflage nylon and — if that’s not enough to ward off evil feminizing spirits — embroidered with a dragon emblem. Grrraaarrrrr!
Two-year-old Diaper Dude is leading a direct assault on the conventional image of diaper bags, and by our [...]

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