Ed Hardy Paz Carry On Bag | Bold Purple Peace Sign Travel Handbag

Posted on: Apr 9

If I've ever seen a design more confused than the bold print gracing Ed Hardy's Paz bag I can't recall it.

At first glance we see a free-spirited peace sign against a wild leopard print backdrop. But look a little closer and you'll see edgy skulls and flower power blooms nestled inside the free love symbol. It's a strange juxtaposition; the flowers and peace sign are hippie chic, the skulls remind me of biker babes, and the leopard print calls cougars to mind! No other designer would ever combine these looks, but Ed Hardy is no ordinary designer. Dare I say that it works?

If the look tickles your fancy, the execution won't change your mind. The interior is every bit as large as a piece of carry-on luggage should be. You'll have no problems fitting some toiletries, a change of clothes, a novel, and even a laptop inside the Paz.

The short handles could have been a drawback, but Ed Hardy corrects the problem by adding a much longer shoulder strap. I can't imagine ever removing the feature; you need that hands-free carrying option when pushing suitcases about an airport terminal after all!

My biggest problem here is the price. The $250 tag simply seems too steep for a bag made from fabric and synthetic.

More Features of This Ed Hardy Carry On Bag

  • Logo print lining
  • Zip top closure
  • Dual handles with a 6 inch drop
  • Measures 12.5 x 20 x 7.5 inches
  • Made in China
  • Available in black, teal, and plum

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