- Nov 25, 2008
To me, it really is completely silly to buy cheaper quality bags for knock-around and buy high quality bags for babying as it completely defeats the purpose. However, I was wondering about a different mentality: Do you ever go aesthetically lower (but not necessarily ugly) for the purpose of knock-around while maintaining durability? I figure some would do this in order to justify not worrying so much about the worn-in, battered appearance in the far future in terms of fixing it or missing it. Some would just figure that a uglier bag (though just as durable as their prettiest ones) would simply be less deserving of a clean look and high and mighty treatment. Either way, what do you think/do?