Tano Up To There HoboAs college football season grows nearer, I can’t help but have my eye caught by anything with a red-and-black color combination that would look good with my University of Georgia game day attire. Functionality and a reasonable price are a must for bags that are going to be taken tailgating, put on stadium floors, and thrown over the backs of bar stools afterward, and the simple, inexpensive Tano Up To There Hobo fits the bill perfectly.

And I imagine that it’d be a great bag even if your school colors aren’t red and black. One of my main problems with Tano as a brand has always been that their leather seemed to always be shiny and thin-looking whenever I saw one of their bags, but this one escapes that problem entirely. The leather looks soft and reasonably thick, which are requirements for me in an everyday bag, and probably mean that the bag will be more durable than some of their other options. When you combine that with the color scheme, I’m having trouble saying no. Buy through Luna Boston for $205.

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  • 19yearslater

    Its a copy of the Coach Carly. I try to stay away from accusing designers of copying, but its too similar to ignore and Coach doesn’t get enough cred. I don’t think another brand should get cred for their designs.

  • Kelsey

    I really love that a lot. I’ll agree that it’s very similar to the Coach Carly, and while I do love the Carly, I can’t accuse Tano of down-right copying. If there were C’s all over it, sure, but there aren’t. It’s just the style of the bag, and many people have taken that style, not just Tano. And I’ll say that Tano has done it better than Coach, simply because I looove those colors.

  • 19yearslater

    Coach did this colour too, in an all-leather. It was called chili.

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