As a long-time camper who spends weekends in nature, outdoor gear has always been a matter of concern. When I was young, I used to focus on the new, fancy equipment that was clean and unused. But these days, I find myself more attracted to the equipment that I’ve had for a long time, in which the traces of time and memory are clear.
I am now in the habit of repairing and recycling instead of spending much money on equipment. In the case that I do decide to purchase something, the one thing I check for is durability.
I looked at camping bags and I newly purchased a Builford bag, which first came into my favor because of its vintage style. It looks and feels of high quality since it uses Martexin waxed canvas fabric and true skin leather for all the subsidiary materials as well as having the sense of domke or filson.
However, the most attactive thing about this bag is that it can be used for a very long time.
Since it doesn’t rain here much, additional waxing for the bag is not specifically necessary. The tough impression and texture from its wax canvas is good enough to attract the minds of many campers.
As it is an outdoor brand with a raised fashion sense, it does not have complicated functions. It has pockets and excellent inner arrangements for storing IT devices such as a notebook or an iPhone and other various belongings that modern people usually carry.
It is an item that both men and women, who like vintage items, may like. I am very much attracted to it.