Allright already with the velcro and Timbuk2

Dropped this Timbuk 2 messenger bag and pulled up half of my burber carpet with it when I picked it up.

Note to self: avoid velcro. It eats sweaters, fabrics, carpets, pets, mittens, scarfs……and on and on but when I actually WANT it to hold together a purse, wallet or book bag it doesn’t hold. What’s up with that? Do we really need the yards of added velcro if we didn’t have the cheap plastic fake buckle things that break after 1 use? Pick it up Timbuk2 messenger bags. These Timbuk2 messenger bags are beautiful, but made like crap.



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