If you love to run and you live in a city like New York, you’ve probably already realized its very difficult to bring your belongings with you, which can be extremely annoying. Worry no more, because we have the perfect bag for runners to carry on them for a run or jog.
We brought the fanny pack style back and made the “Retro Pack”. Now while you are on your run you can carry your Ipod, phone, keys and any other personal belongings you need while looking hip at the same time. The Retro Pack can be used for a waist bag (fanny pack) or cross body bag. Making it the perfect bag to bring with you on your run.
The Retro Pack comes in 9 different colors, so there is a bag for every type of runner. Check out the Retro Back HERE!
By the way, if you do live in New York City and are looking for a new place to go running, check out the best running routes, trails and paths in the city HERE!
Have an awesome run!
Whether you want to start biking or have been riding for years, the NYC Department of Transportation’s 2010 map is an essential resource for the numerous bike paths this city has to offer. Download the map here, or use their site to plan a bike-safe route.
Our latest batch of 25th Anniversary bags!
We have successfully launched our first and second batch of our limited edition 25th anniversary bags. Keep your eyes out as we will be releasing some more 25th anniversary versions of our bags and maybe something along the lines of a Black Manhattan Portage Logo?
This is just a reminder that our sample sale is going to take place from 11 AM until 7 PM at our authorized retail location, TOKEN Store Located at 258 Elizabeth St. (between Prince and Houston).
Now is your chance to snag some MP bags for super cheap.Â Some designs we dont even make any more, or never went into a full production run.
There will be refeshments all day, and a DJ from 3-6.Â Tell your friends!
This is a big event that all bikers and messengers in New Yorker canâ€™t miss. Commerce Bank Five Boro Bike Tour 2008 with 30,000 riders participating will be held on May, 4. The route passes downtown Manhattan, Central Park, Roosevelt Island, Astoria, Brooklyn and Staten Island. Although the registration is already over, those who live in neighborhood along the 42-mile route are encouraged to show some New York spirit to bikers. Simply step outside to watch the Tour go by. Some spectator-friendly viewing locations include the FDR Drive at 79th Street, Manhattan (9:00-11:45 a.m.), Greenpoint Avenue between McGuinness and Franklin, Brooklyn (10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.), and Fulton Landing in Brooklyn (11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.). For more information, please visit http://www.bikenewyork.org/