Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Master-Piece - Fall 2009 Bags

Japan based bag gurus, Master-Piece, have just released another round of amazing bags for the Fall...

The Over Backpack
This backpack is made in nylon trimmed with soft suede. There’s a concealed zip pocket under the straps as well as a large pocket on the outside. There are pockets inside and a drawstring for extra protection. The whole thing fastens and adjusts with solid buckles. (red, black, yellow)

Camera Holder
Also made with nylon and suede, the camera holder has two separate pouches for leads, batteries and other equipment to be stored. The case can be attached to your person or bag in a number of ways including a d-ring, Velco patch, belt loop and a rivet so it could be worn round your neck. (red & yellow)

Coile Toto
Mustard yellow canvas hold-all with chocolate brown canvas and leather trim. There’s a zip fastened external pocket on either side and lots of useful pockets inside. The bag’s lined with a bright orange canvas – eye popping.

The Master Piece Bag
A canvas tote bag which can also be used as a rucksack – there are two adjustable shoulder straps attached to the back. The exterior of the bag is trimmed with nylon and leather, the interior is equally bright – lined in wipe clean yellow PVC. There are two zip closing pockets, one inside and one outside and the bag closes with a d-ring fastening strap.

Master-piece was founded in 1994 and is based in Osaka, Japan. Taichi Fujimatsu is their head designer. Specialising in urban styled bags that are durable, functional and unisex, they're known for using interesting materials and colours in their bags. Master-piece products are made with professional features for daily use.

I love bags and I'm in need of a non-backpack pretty bad right now. With that said, I'm in love with this line and how they give bags hybrid functions and styles. The backpack in red is simple and perfect, as with the camera case to match, and the Toto is that perfect professional transition bag. The Master Piece Bag is rather dope also, however kinda wish that you could remove the back pack straps to make it a true tote when you want to.

You can check out other colorways and grab your favorite piece right from Oki-Ni


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