People consider WWII to be the last good war, though according to the Sun's review, 2007's War "Has Jason Statham In It! Five Stars!". Paying homage to II, Temple Bag Company.
Inspired by "the heroism of World War II", Temple makes ruggedly handsome bags and accessories from "authentic military grade fabrics" and repurposed WW2-era materials found via "endless hours searching through dusty warehouses", so one way or the other, they were getting fatigued.
Historicity kicks off with the dignified Medicine Bag, made from re-cut field duffels accented with saddle leather & solid brass hardware and outfitted with a foam-padded 15" laptop compartment, and four-pocket shoulder-slingers made from deconstructed vintage Swiss bread bags, which themselves are made from canvas, at least until other nations enforce something more transparent.
There's also a series of Mac-sessory pouches, including a chunky saddle leather, belt-clipped iPhone case and 10 iPad transpos, from the Folio (makes your Pad look like a leatherbound tome), to the versatile, shoulder-strapped iPad Bag in either oiled leather or canvas, both of which should "age beautifully", though that's what they said about those kids from The Parent Trap.
Smaller-scale carriers run from a triangular saddle-leather headphone case to a sunglasses case with Italian shades included, a collab with sun-specs Native Son and Mosley Tribes -- as regards Oswald, groups whose membership thankfully dipped below the number of people who actually saw War.