If you go to Ince you’ll get actual (old stock) UK made hardware for the full length umbrellas. I think their canopies are woven in Italy but otherwise all put together in Spitalfields.
Collapsible will always be a compromise strength wise, smaller will be weaker due to more joints in the hardware.
I know it’s banned in Canada but I believe it’s still shipped to other countries from Quebec where the mines are.
That’s the thing with all the contact points on a bike, experimentation is the rule.
When I say angle I’m referring to rotation, of which bull moose bars are incapable.
There’s a lot of different versions out there, but in the end you’ll have a bar that will lock you in at a particular angle and likely be a little heavier than an equivalent set up.
I’ve no experience of either machine but considering Moccamaster’s rep and guarantee (5 years vs 1 for Sage) I’d say you’ll be happier in the long term with what you have.
I thought that at one time Cordovan was considered a relatively low grade leather and wasn’t used for primo shoes, jackets et cetera. If so that that ‘one horse one shoe’ thing wouldn’t make sense.
Maybe I’m just imagining I heard that.
It's a soft bag, so I'm sure you could put a few in there. How many do you need to carry at a time?
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