Archive for the 'Courier Bags' Category

A messenger bag in a backpack

Tuesday, June 20th, 2006

We’ve heard from man-purse enthusiasts employing the bag-in-a-bag strategy. But here’s a bag that appears to do all the fancy inserting for you: The Chrome Messenger Backpack.

It’s like a bag within a bag. The independently suspended weatherproof liner freely floats within the outer shell eliminating seams exposed to the outside elements. Your cargo is safe [...]

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Google’s guide to renaming your man purse

Monday, May 15th, 2006

A new tool from Google makes it easier than ever for nervous male carriers of handbags to decide what they can safely call their man purse. The tool is called Google Trends, and it allows you to compare the popularity of various search terms over the last few years.
How is this useful to the pursed [...]

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County Comm’s bailout bag: Makes you feel un-girly

Wednesday, May 10th, 2006

Reader Jonathan Coupe writes in to tell us about the fifth-generation Bail Out Bag from tactical-gear and watch supplier County Comm:
They’re shaped like a small courier bag, with the addition of really well-thought-out outside pockets. The bag’s charms are those pockets, it’s toughness and comfort — they’re designed for cops.

The bailout bag measures approximately 14 [...]

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How to get a handle on your own messenger bag

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

Just click on the box next to the “grab strap” option when you order it at the Timbuk2 website. The handle will cost you $10 extra.
Want a center divider? You can order one of those, too.
We like Timbuk2’s Custom Messenger Bag Builder. It’s easy to use, it provides a range of choices for building a [...]

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