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If there are bike messengers after the apocalypse, they'll probably be carrying bags like this. This has a different set of features compared to the larger Defence Courier bag.
The major point of a messenger bag over a backpack is speed: one swift movement puts the bag in front of you to pick up or drop off things, and off you go again. Also the shape of these bags is better for large books, papers, laptop computers, foders and such.
- Wide no-nonsense carrying strap.
- The back can be attached to rolling luggage for airport travel with a strip of webbing on the backside. In the newest model this strap is absent.
- Removable flap with QR-buckles has a flat zipper pocket on the outside.
- Flap closure straps flatten the bag while allowing it to expand according to the cargo you're packing.
- Front and sides of the bag has PALS-webbing grids. The sides also have open flat pockets for gloves or such.
- The outermost zipper compartment has a few thousand small organizing pockets and slots for pens, tools and such. Two straps keep it horizontal for map-reading.
- The main compartment has pockets around the sides and PALS webbing. Closure with dual zippers.
- Laptop compartment closest to body holds a 16" PC or 17" MacBook.
- Most of the interior is coyote brown for better visibility inside.
- Made from 1000D Cordura with good workmanship.
External measurements: 45 x 13 x 32 cm.
The materials are care-free. If necessary, you can remove dirt with a brush and use a damp cloth for cleaning. Do not use solvents, detergents or submerge.
Factory new, made by Hazard 4 (Civilian Labs). Designed in the USA, manufactured in China. Yes, they can make good stuff too, given strict QC.