Porter Heat Collection

A new update to Porter’s Heat Collection has recently hit stores. Long considered an accessories staple and firmly cemented in many Japanese department stores, their latest updates to the Heat collection include an emphasis on brief case style bags as well as wallets and pouches. The Heat collection derives its name from the use of fire-retardant/bullet-proof Kevlar. You’re most likely never going to need the materials for what purpose they serve, but do you need that peace of mind? Source: Zozotown

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A new update to Porter’s Heat Collection has recently hit stores. Long considered an accessories staple and firmly cemented in many Japanese department stores, their latest updates to the Heat collection include an emphasis on brief case style bags as well as wallets and pouches. The Heat collection derives its name from the use of fire-retardant/bullet-proof Kevlar. You’re most likely never going to need the materials for what purpose they serve, but do you need that peace of mind?

Source: Zozotown

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