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Man Purse Deters Criminals (and Draws Cops)

by Paul Strauss
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A few years back there was an alarming trend of small purse-like accessory bags (also known as “manbags” or “murses”) being carried by metrosexuals in the trendier parts of town. Regardless of how in touch I am with my masculinity, I could never bring myself to point where I would carry one. I eventually ended up with a messenger bag to carry my crap around, which is like a giant man-purse, but that doesn’t count, right? Now, there’s finally a handbag that even Rambo himself would be proud to wear.

Koffski Holster Wallet

While the Koffski No. 1 wallet set will definitely be a deterrent for would-be thieves, don’t be surprised when the police stop you and ask you to get down on your knees and lock your ankles together.

Koffski Holster Wallet

The holster wallet is actually comprised of three pieces, a wallet, a small bag, and a “V” connector, which happen to form something that looks suspiciously like a shoulder carry case for a gun. Made from fine Rugato calfskin, tanned in Tuscany, Italy, this isn’t some cheapie throwaway either.

Be prepared to walk around without any money in your wallet after the purchase, since it will set you back the tidy sum of €349 (appx. $543 USD). Of course, you could always save yourself the $500 bucks and just not carry the cash with you in the first place. But if you really have to look like a bad-ass, you can grab the complete set from design3000.

[via Random Good Stuff]



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