Whether you’re the beardy sort, yourself, or merely a pogonophile, you probably need a Distinguished Beards of Science Tote Bag.
Back in the day, men not only had beards, they had whiskers, muttonchops, and great billowing tufts in the form of spikes, spades, rhomboids, or villainous twirls. (And let’s give a shout out to those ground-breaking bearded ladies!)
Yes, a hirsute individual could sport a veritable arboretum of facial hair, and scientists were among the most flamboyant and fashionable of the lot.
Now that we’ve witnessed the resurgence of the mustache (“the training wheels of facial hair”), the beard is the phenotype whose time has come (back)!
This Distinguished Beards of Science Tote Bag features many scientists who could rock a beard. Hurrah for those hipsters of wisdom!
Sir William Crookes (chemist & physicist)
Ivan Pavlov (physiologist)
Alexander Graham Bell (engineer & inventor)
John Tyndall (physicist)
Walther Hermann Nernst (chemist)
Gilbert Lewis (physical chemist)
Johannes Kepler (mathematician)
Thomas Henry Huxley (biologist)
Alexander Murray (geologist)
Ernst Mach (physicist)
Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin (geologist)
Leonardo da Vinci (polymath)
Machine wash cold, gentle cycle.
Tumble dry low, warm iron if needed.
Made with 100% recycled cotton canvas.
Strong enough for all your text books and soft enough to use every day.
Shoulder Straps: 22"