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syz's avatar

Can you help me find this catalog item?

Asked by syz (35647points) September 20th, 2010

Ok, guys, I received a random catalog that was really not my style (sort of western themed home decor, clothing, and artwork), but it had a leather purse/bag that was styled after a feed bag (feed sack) used for horses that I absolutely loved. Well, I left it sitting our too long and my partner threw out the catalog and now I can’t find a similar product anywhere. I have no idea what the name of the catalog is…any help?

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janbb's avatar

Coldwater Creek by any chance?

zenvelo's avatar

Territory Ahead? Sundance?

janbb's avatar

Territory Ahead was the one I couldn’t remember that sounds like it might be it.

syz's avatar

Good guesses, but it was actually lower quality than those catalogs (I debated describing it as “tacky” but didn’t want to chance offending anyone with a ‘western’ sensibility.) That’s why I’m having so much trouble; I can’t remember any other items because nothing else appealed.

Kayak8's avatar

Here is one possibility

syz's avatar

@Kayak8 That’s closer, but there’s no drawstring effect, and the leather is smooth. But it has a similar silhouette, vaguely rounded on the bottom and narrower at the top than the bottom.

Kayak8's avatar

@syz is it black or brown leather?

Kayak8's avatar

Here is another option. Do you remember the approximate price point?

Kayak8's avatar

It might also be called a Hobo bag

lilikoi's avatar

Restoration Hardware?

syz's avatar

Belated follow-up: This is it.

FutureMemory's avatar

That bag looks like a typical purse to me. Funny how it was described as ‘tacky’. Men are so clueless, hehe :D

(I stumbled across this by doing a search for Territory Ahead, a company I unfortunately once worked for).

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