You may recall a section in which Jerry was given handmade leather bags
for men, in the event that you had been a Seinfeld fan. The primary
issue and the comedic consequence was what they need to call the bag. In
the section, Jerry remarked about George's "...morbidly fat wallet..."
because George kept every sheet of paper or receipt he ever had in his
wallet. In George's words, "Men take wallets."
The secondary concern was the belief that in our culture, men don't take a leather bag other than backpack or a briefcase. I really could never comprehend why the back pack, designed with two straps to fit comfortably on the rear as in real backpacking apparatus is typically slung over one shoulder and taken the same as a shoulder bag or a cross body bag. I've even heard people ask a person who carried a briefcase outside of the business setting, or a smaller, practical shoulder bag or cross body bag, "Do you have your handbag?"
Historically, leather bags have been taken by men in a number of the very manly efforts soldiers through the Civil War, from the Frontier Wars, the American Revolution and the Alamo taken pouches and leather bags on their belts, in addition to a back pack.
Hunters take pouches and leather bags. The frontiersmen took a "potential" bag for muzzle loading essentials. Men in other cultures take handmade leather bags similar to a handbag. Members of sub cultures including Motor cyclists have a variety of leather bags for the belt and bike bags to wear. Though you can claim that they are carried by the horse for the most part cowboys have saddlebags. When he's not riding the horse in case you enjoy westerns, you'll view a cowboy with the saddlebag slung over one shoulder.