Surprisingly not a line made by street fighter M. when he wasn't designing bulky velvet capes, Wooly Bison is the work of a Seattle-based crafter who hand-makes backpacks/satchels/other tote-ables that're lined with cotton or other "rescued" materials, and otherwise constructed from vintage woolens, or old suit jackets, as opposed to old The Jacket suits, which are what Keira Knightley should've filed against anyone who thought that movie was a good idea. Stuff you should consider carrying includes:
Waxed Canvas Backpack: This "virtually indestructible" number features a large gusseted exterior pocket, and a zippered interior compartment, and details like leather straps, a key clip, and trim taken from a man's blazer, aka any player courageous enough to admit they'd really rather not play in Portland.
MacInnes Tartan Satchel: Boasting a navy canvas strap/French twill lining, this small messenger boasts a zippered main compartment and a snap-secured slot on the front, is made using wool taken from a vintage plaid Pendleton skirt, and is really probably your best chance of lifting one of those.
iPhone Case: Made with sturdy interfacing so it keeps its shape, and available in a mess of patterns/colors, this Jobs-Phone protector boasts a vintage button closure, and is made using pieces of leftover bag material, also Guy Ritchie's sweet code name for his plan to divorce Madonna.