Mission Workshop Videos

This is not an official endorsement for Mission Workshop, since I have neither worn nor showered with their bags, but the promo videos for their products are beautifully shot cycling videos filmed in you-know-where, so check ‘em out.

Grocery Run:

A Day In The Life


Ariel shows us his Hough

11 Responses to “Mission Workshop Videos”

  1. Ferocious Foot Odor says:

    I swear, straight boys are so fetishy about the silliest things. Narcissism incarnate.

    • Vic Wong says:

      You know, I don’t disagree that boys are into silly things. I just spent about 30 minutes hovering on the “buy” button for a new iPhone, for example, only to decide I wasn’t patient enough to wait 3 weeks. Of course, this makes zero sense because I did the same thing 3 weeks ago.

      But are bicycles (which are used for narcissistic things like “transportation”) and messenger bags (again, arrogantly used for “carrying lots of things”) really good examples of that?

      • feargal sharkey says:

        Well, in my post places, bicycles aren’t seen as billboards advertising the rider’s inclusion in a particular social milieu as they are here. Of course, leave it to the supposed non-materialistic and “down-to-earth” people of SF to make a shitshow out of something as pedestrian as bicycling. They do the same with food too. I blame it east coast trustfunders.

    • Dwight Supremacy says:

      This gay boy must admit that he is creaming his jeans over that Vandal backpack.

  2. Ryan says:

    So easy a caveman could do it.

  3. good call on getting the groceries at la loma. i used to shot at the joint closer to mission st. — casa thai — but on that block, la loma has far superior produce and the dudes that work there are hella cool.

    just sayin’

  4. lady kaka says:

    epic dismounts for captain caveman bro. cool they showed me how to use a backpack (i.e. put stuff in it).

  5. James O'Boston says:

    LOL @ not locking the bike during that first silent film-esque piece. I really was expecting drama when he stepped out – a spirited, hilarious foot-chase in which he ends up tossing the backpack down to use as a sort of skateboard while bumper-surfing down valencia, then ending up at the top of the hill and backpack-surfing down only to catch up with the bicycle thieves before hilariously nearly-missing two men carrying a sheet of plate glass across the road, just before the piano falls out the window

    • olu says:

      once he didn’t lock up his bike I could no longer suspend my disbelief. nice tint on that video though – looked really cool.