All of you who loved the contemporary fiction of Gibson’s later books, rejoice. Japanese bag maker Head Porter has just released a new collection of vintage military-styled bags from the William Gibson line. The design “comes from Buzz Rickson, the company responsible for Sugar Cane Denim, as well as iconic flight jackets and Army attire dating back to the WWII era” and the material’s supposedly the kind of nylon the military uses in the bulletproof vests (with some genuine horse leather).

Porter MAG lights on zippers, lots of pockets and removeable shoulder straps make the shoulder bag cost 530$, while the shoulderbag version goes for 340$. (via coolhunting via Bruce Sterling)