Named after Canada’s beautiful Hudson Bay… Just kidding, can you imagine? No, named after one of New York’s finest, Henry Hudson, our Hudson bag gives you the spirit of adventure that Henry himself experienced when he first set out to find the Northwest Passage. (Yes, Hudson Bay is also named after him, but we’re not called Alberta Supply Company, are we?) His original intention was to find a way to China by going through the Arctic Circle, yet he could have gotten to basically the same place had he just went south of Canal Street. Though Henry never made it to China, he discovered and settled a place far more important: New Amsterdam. Like a true New Yorker, Hudson was never handed anything and had to work hard to achieve everything he accomplished. The strait now known as the Hudson River was actually discovered by Giovanni de Verrazzano, but Hudson was so instrumental in setting up the region to become a colony that the city later decided to name the river after him and name the bridge connecting Brooklyn and Staten Island after Verazzanno (he kind of got the short end of the deal).
Like Henry, you too can embrace the true spirit of adventure and discovery with our sleek, handcrafted Hudson Bag. The bag is large enough to carry your 11-piece suits and 17th century ruffles anywhere you travel. Okay, you don’t have to dress like Hudson to be like him, but the bag does give you that option should you want to. No more will you have to look ridiculous while rolling around your torn, canvas luggage every time you travel. Now you can travel in style as you too stroll through the Northwest Passage (and by that we mean the passage that connects 383 Madison to Grand Central Terminal, of course).