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Hey everyone!

I am a bag maker based in Montreal Quebec, making mostly bike courier gear such as backpack, sling bag, hip pouch, phone and U-lock holsters, wallet, tool roll, waist belt and more.

I am currently working on a new cargo backpack design and I will also release a handy traveling style backpack pretty soon. For now, I take custom orders anytime for any product. Weather resistant materials such as 1000 denier Cordura, 1680D Ballistic nylon and 18oz Ultratex vinyl truck tarp. Everything is sewn on a walking foot industrial sewing machine with #92 bonded nylon thread in my shop.

If interested in learning more, please go take a look at my Etsy page (will be updated shortly) :

And if you have any questions, feel free to message me here on STP or via Etsy.

Thanks for your support!

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Born Wild
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Mar 22, 2017
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Looks like your product is made of tuff stuff. Seat belts... lol fuck yeah! I have been thinking of how nice it would be to have a custom pack my entire life. As I have never hopped fraight I have always just had an ALICE pack with a frame. I am now looking at aquiring a sail boat in the next couple years and don't see much need for a custom pack. But I'm thinking, if your down... custom designed hanging packs/closets, pouches you know utility/cargo things for a sail boat house... Flags!!!?????

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