Timbuk2 Classic Messenger Bag - Small

$89.00
Color: Eco Bookish
Size: S
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Designed in San Francisco 30+ years ago and updated ever since, the small Timbuk2 Classic Messenger bag carries your things through a busy day with its internal organizer pockets and comfy strap.

  • Features

    • Fully adjustable shoulder strap features a curved airmesh strap pad for comfortable carry
    • Double-Loop CAM buckle and durable webbing offer quick adjustments and no dangling straps
    • SR flap buckles are partially concealed behind the messenger flap for a refined, secure closure
    • Exterior water-resistant finish offers protection in light rain
    • Waterproof TPU liner and corner wings keep water out, while the internal water bottle pocket keeps water in
    • Distributed internal pockets and organization balance the weight of your carry
    • Low-profile top grab handle for easy lifting
    • Smart hook-and-loop placement ensures fast, easy closure and reduced sweater-pilling
    • Vista loop lets you attach a red bike light (not included) for added visibility
    • Includes a removable crossbody strap for added stabilization

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Bike Commuting

    Bag Style

    Messenger Bag

    Gear Capacity (L)

    14 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    854 cubic inches

    Number of Exterior Pockets

    1 + main compartment

    Laptop Compartment

    Yes

    Fits Laptop Size (in.)

    11 inches

    iPad / Tablet Compartment

    Yes

    Carry-On

    Yes

    Checkpoint-Friendly

    Yes

    Material(s)

    CORDURA brand recycled polyester

    Dimensions

    16.14 x 10.63 x 5.12 inches

    Weight

    1 lb. 8.3 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

    Sustainability

    Contains recycled materials

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