Archive for the 'Holsters' 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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Gadget-worn pockets: The law-enforcement solution

Thursday, April 20th, 2006

Writing in the current issue of Make magazine, technology columnist Andy Ihnatko enumerates the hassles of storing gear in your pants:
Every night, you have to empty all of your pockets. Every morning, you have to fill ’em up again. And portable pockets (in the form of belt pouches) are a mere Band-Aid solution. Unless your [...]

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A week of hidden man purses

Monday, April 10th, 2006

. . . and what a week it was! Here, in one place, is a rundown of the Satchel Pages’ recent posts about options for men who seek the benefits of wearing a purse without the risks of actually being caught wearing one:

The e-Holster Leather Shoulder Harness Case System from Personal Electronics Concealment allows you [...]

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Hide a man purse under your arm or over your ankle

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

Today, more man purses that can keep their mugs shut — this time culled from the rough-and-tumble world of tactical-response gear.

First up: the Covert Radio Holster from Arktis North America. Yes, it’s built for a two-way radio, but it doesn’t take a modder to realize that one of these could make a great holder for [...]

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Covert options for your covert man-purse operations

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

Hidden Man Purse Week continues today with a rugged, sporty, and flexible option for keeping your man-purse habit a closely guarded secret.
Meet the Covert Harness Bags from the wild and daredevilish folks at Civilian Lab (the makers, you’ll remember, of the Tintin Wallet). There are eight configurable models to choose from, but we like the [...]

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How to carry a man purse without anyone knowing it

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

To tote, or not to tote?
On the one hand . . . there’s the convenience factor. If you’re packing a man bag, you can unburden your pockets, have your hands free, and even take more junk with you than you need.
But on the other hand . . . people would see you. And you’d be [...]

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