Archive for the 'Unobtrusive Bags' Category

An inkling of the coming post-man-purse era

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

What? Could the end of the great man-purse experiment be upon us already?
A brief item in last week’s Variety treats the current wave of man-purse confessions (see Puff Daddy’s, for example, below) as if it were merely the wake resulting from a fashion belly flop.

A mere four sentences, the featurette describes two non-pursey options for [...]

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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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The man purse that wasn’t there

Friday, April 7th, 2006

Looking for a way to carry your stuff without becoming known as the man who carries the man purse? All this week at the Satchel Pages we’ve been featuring hidden man purses. And so far, we’ve seen how you can hide a man purse by stuffing one under your jacket, under your arm, on your [...]

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Is that a man purse in your pants, or are you just wired to see me?

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Clearly, the highlight of Hidden Man Purse Week here at the Satchel Pages is today’s feature: man purses so well-disguised — so thoroughly camouflaged — that they could only be called . . . Hidden Cargo Shorts.

Cargo shorts, you say. Like cargo pants — the ones with the pockets all over them? What’s new about [...]

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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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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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