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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Not just for bikes!

A customer had just purchased a new top-of-the line electric wheelchair for his wife and was looking for a pouch or bag to attach to it. He came across our web-site in his search and noticed our No. 211 Hand-Stitched Bike Pouch. We had to lengthen the straps a bit but, as you can see, it fits great and blends in quite nicely. That is one of the main principles we have always tried to adhere to in all of our designs - that our items blend into their surroundings and not necessarily be the focus of attention.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Billykirk Testimonial No. 6

"A bag arrived today.
I am very glad.
It is a beautiful bag
It is a perfect bag.
Thank You!!!"

Kazuhisa, Office Worker
Hirosima, Japan
No. 95 Satchel in Brown

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Billykirk's American Gothic

Starring Maddy, Kirk and some shop essentials.

Summer 2009

Winter 2010

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Found this below quote on the Chuck's Firearms web-site. It's a more formal way of saying, "If you pay peanuts expect monkey's." It rings very true and reminds me of my 20's when I went through one cheap frying pan after another when all I needed to do was save up a bit more and buy one that I could still be using today.

Of course, we are ultimatley to blame for our purchases and to some degree, learn from our mistakes. So, one shouldn't be all that surprised or "bitter" that their alarm clock for $5.99 didn't wake them up or that their $150 suit has lost its shape after only 6 months. The same goes for the service industry.

"In this world, you get what you pay for."
-Kurt Vonnegut