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This Japanese shoulder bag is the last bag you'll ever need

Nearly 70 percent off a lifelong investment is money well spent.

Briefing is a Japanese brand specializing in military-spec bags that are as stylish as they are durable. Its catalogue might look like an army surplus store with its abundance of ripstop nylon, but Briefing knows better how to make the perfect bag for everyday life.


Rarely issued in anything but shades from the military, Briefing's bags are the sort that never go out of style. They're pricey, but well worth the money for all the strategically placed pockets and durability more than suited for civilian duty.


Coming in for a steal is the Sacoche S SL Packable, a shoulder bag with two zippered pockets made out of Briefing's lightest materials. The entire thing can pack into the main pocket, making it compact enough to store for later use.



Normally $385, the Sacoche S SL Packable is on sale.


It's a killer deal.

The bag also comes with a buckle for attachments, pull tabs and carabiner-affixed strap made out of paracord, and red metal accents. Get it from Buyma for $119.

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