But it's. . .made of canvas.
Which means it's not as durable as I'd like it to be. It suffers from wearing at friction points. It isn't what I'd characterize as waterproof. It is no friend of pointy things.
So I'm always on the prowl for well-made bags that can stand up to the sort of abuse I'm prone to subject my bags to.
Steve Derricott at Gfeller Casemakers makes lovely bags. But his range is limited to pieces that work for geologists and the like.
The nice people at Ghurka make lovely bags. But that's their problem - they're too lovely.
When Patrick Ng started publishing pictures of a bag he got from Saddleback Leather Company, I had one of those "ah ha" moments.
Go have a look and let me know what you think.