Morning commute, One bag, 4 ways. Its the little moments that make up how we carry a bag. The Davis Brief spotted in the wild, being used the way I intended it.
I love searching for patents….sometimes you find real hidden “gems”….
Utility bag system
US 5129560 A
A utility bag system (10) to be worn on the person (74) comprises first (12) and second (14) bags, a strap (20) to be worn about the neck, shoulders or waist and joining the tops of the bags (12, 14), a waist belt (34), and loops (30, 32) secured to the back of the bags (12, 14) for receiving the belt (34) for holding the utility bag system (10) adjacent the body.
Lineman and their bags
#thewaywecarry. Known today as “Adirondack pack baskets,” these bags have their origins with early Native Americans used to carry game or gathered fruit. They were slung over the back, leaving the hands free. Their simple design was later adopted by hunters that began inhabiting the mountainous areas of New York state, Vermont and Maine. (at Fort Greene Park Greenmarket)
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