Ah, Roots, an icon of the True North. Politely handcrafted in an Upper Canada log cabin by a team of Mounties and lumberjacks in between maple syrup harvest seasons, Roots bags combine the finest artisanal materials with true Canadian ingenuity and... wait... I'm getting a phone call... what's that? These bags are generic white-label products with a licensed brand sewn on? The concept of Canadian identity I just described is a manufactured colonialist narrative that glorifies capitalist exploitation of natural resources and discounts the contributions and the mistreatment of Canada's native peoples? This product description is a trainwreck and I should rethink the whole thing?? Okay thank you mom, bye for now. Anyway, anybody out there want a bag?