Oh no? Oh yes, Ona!

Currently, as close as I’ve come to murse perfection.  These babies rock.

Built for cameras; used for everything.

Glass and gear.  Mac and man-stuff.  Cash and carry.

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Simple design.  Extraordinary materials.  Outrageous construction.


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Finding a murse with the capacity for an iPad is a frustrating exercise.  Bags good for all else devolve into uselessness when you try to stow a device and attendant accoutrements.

Enter Herschel with a purpose-built bag.  But it reverses the problem, in that it is great for an iPad and a couple accessories, but for little else.

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Dimensionally strange, in that it is iPad-sized in width and height, but slim as hell in depth.  Gets snug quickly.

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But for what it is, it is, and for what it does, it does well.

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I find I use it not only as a murse, but as caddy at home, and as a sub-bag carried in other larger bags.

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