worn! saw! used! "20th" Nadi Kosuge's Kadoya Leather Practice Report
worn! saw! used! "20th"
Nadi Kosuge's Kadoya Leather Practice Report
"RIDES SHOULDER BAG"
In the Showa era, the waist bag was the companion when going out on a motorcycle. Whether it's a pen case, a wallet, or a Utsurun, it was the 90's motorcycle riders who threw in their waist bags one after another and went for a run. This is because leather jumpsuits didn't have any pockets to store them. However, in the modern age of Reiwa, shoulder bags have become companions for riding!
Kadoya has released a shoulder bag that blends into the city, so I decided to check out the "RIDES SHOULDER BAG" this time. It's light weight makes it easy to use when you go out for a short while, and when you take it out, it looks stylish unlike a waist bag.
The best selling point is that it uses the JET GLIDE mechanism that allows you to quickly and smartly expand and contract the strap. The length of the shoulder strap can be easily adjusted, and even if the strap is shortened, there will be no excess, so there is no unpleasant flapping.
It can be easily stretched by simply pulling the drawcord attached to the strap up and down with one hand. It is very good to be able to fit the body quickly even while riding the motorcycle. The strap can be removed, so you can carry it on your right or left side as you like.
Inside the main compartment, there is a pocket large enough to store sunglasses and smartphones. There is a danger of dropping it in your pants or jacket pocket, but if you put it in your bag and close the zipper, you won't have to worry about losing small items.
Outer pockets are a good place to put things that you want quick access to. Pen cases, tissues, earphones, and sweet magic items such as pink lips are candidates for storage.
I put in a change of clothes for one night as a trial, but there was still room to put in a little more. However, it's not cool to pack too many things into a shoulder bag, so it's best to keep it to a reasonable amount.
Attached to the end of the body is a leather patch with the KADOYA logo. It is a mechanism that allows you to casually appeal to the motorcycle rider even when traveling by train or car. The colors are also chic, so it can be used regardless of age.
It is annoying that the shoulder bag slips when riding, but the surface that touches the body is made of non-slip double Russell mesh material. It also has moderate thickness and cushioning properties, so it fits perfectly on the back. This area is made by Kadoya, which is considered to be used on the premise of riding a motorcycle.
The main canvas fabric is laminated with a high-strength and waterproof form, so there should be no problem if it rains to the extent that you don't need to wear rainwear. The stitching is not waterproof, so it feels like a simple waterproof. The time has come for Nandi to break away from the Benetton nylon waist bag that he has been using for many years!! The time has come!!
A freelance writer who is active in various motorcycle magazines.
When his first book, "Anime Bike Book" was published in 4c/7 pages in the French motorcycle magazine "Integral", it was widely introduced as "OTAKU D'EXTERIEUR", an exploration of motorcycles and anime. person.
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