A bespoke suit is the ultimate in personalization: by picking the design and fabric, you're able to pinpoint your own ideal look, while the custom cut slyly cloaks the mess of meaty imperfections you call a body. Giving all your crap that same royal treatment, Freight Baggage.
Discreetly sewn up in an unmarked North Beach storefront, FB hawks a ruggedly varied line of backpacks, sling bags, and accessories fully trick-out-able with all manner of aesthetic and functional features, and constructed to live on/outlive bike messengers. Rectangular backpacks (in sm/med/lrg) come replete with pockets, an optional roll-down top flap, and compression straps to fit your load, while the Cordura exterior, vinyl interior, lining, and trim're offered in a spectrum of color choices like camo, to blend in, or khaki, to blend in. Color choices also apply to simply-designed slings, which're further customizable with a la carte extras like a phone/radio holster, back pads, center dividers, and a "false bottom/stash pocket" for contraband; you can also choose to work w/ FB on fully-custom color schemes and stitched-on imagery that, in the past, has ranged from Tommy guns to the Jagermeister stag, for the demure "give me a BUI, I'm sh*tfaced" look.
Accessory-wise, there's the Hip Pack, basically a waist-worn mini sling bag, and less fanny-packily, the bike-frame-mounted beer coozie, aka the Road Soda -- for slyly cloaking the root cause of all your meaty imperfections.