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Brady bags have been around since the late 1800s, when the company was founded in Birmingham, England. Traditional production methods were applied to fine canvas, which was combined with English bridle leather and made to fasten with brass pieces for this exclusive line of bags for YMC.

Seeing some familiar but classic silhouettes here. We favor the zipper sack because it looks a little like a stolen money bag from the mid 1900s and we are tough as nails [not]. Fine array of colors, too, especially that searing khaki. Too strong a word, perhaps, but it seems to gleam on the computer screen. Speaking of, you can pick these up online for carrying things in the early 2000s.

More looks after the jump…

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