Why Messenger Bags? How to wear a messenger bag?
Many of our fans ask us why would you want to wear a messenger bag, when you can wear a backpack? Many are concerned that these bags are bad for your back. After all, isn’t it uncomfortable to have all the weight on one shoulder?
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The Green Guru Backpack Review: Durable, Practical and Comfortable
We received from our friends at Green Guru Gear their popular large backpack to review. Not only this, but also a little six-pack drink cooler that snaps on the handlebars! Stay tuned for that review shortly in an upcoming post.
This large backpack is not only a very cool design, it is also rather comfortable and practical. Though not sure what to expect comfort-wise when I opened the package, I was very impressed and surprised to find how incredibly comfortable the bag is to wear. Continue reading The Green Guru Ruckus Backpack Review
The KAVU Rope Bag Review – Stylish and Handy
The messenger-inspired style of this KAVU rope bag is both practical and stylish. The KAVU Rope Bag is by far the most popular bag in the KAVU line. This bag is very popular with people of all ages. Adjustable shoulder strap, two vertical zip compartments, two zip/key pockets, padded back with KAVU embroidery and ergonomic design conform comfortably to your body. I like carrying this bag around and get lots of compliments on the design and attention to detail in the stitching. Continue reading KAVU Rope Bag Review
The Chrome Cardiel ORP Pack Review
Have you ever been stuck in a downpour somewhere with a pack or messenger bag that contains your laptop, tablet/iPad, cell phone, or other electronic device only to get home and realize it has been damaged by moisture? You need something reliable to protect your items. Consider the Chrome Cardiel : ORP Pack.
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The Patagonia Critical Mass Review, Heavy on Critical, Light on Mass
The critical mass bag is the large (22L) and redesigned version of Patagonia’s half mass bag (15L), other than size, the big difference is that the new critical mass bag has two shoulder straps (like a regular backpack). This bag is great for those who want to transport gear in style, and makes it a great choice for those who do not want to want to lug around a briefcase for work. You can fit all your work stuff in here and more. This bag is very roomy.
This bag is very light, weighing in at under a kilogram or 2 lbs, given the amount of goods you can carry in it. This is a great commuter bag if you need a really big bag – great commuter bags are hard to find, but this one comes very close. It is a great size for carrying up to 17″ latptop, several books, jacket, extra layers, lunch and coffee thermos and mug, not to mention all your power cord and other office stuff. Very comfortable to wear. Handy laptop padded sleeve, tons of little storage pockets for odds and ends including two exterior mesh pockets for your water bottles, shoes, or sweaty post workout clothes . Continue reading Patagonia Critical Mass Messenger Bag Review
From bike commutes to airline routes – Review of the Patagonia Half Mass Bag
For those minimalists who want to transport their gear in style. The Patagonia Half Mass bag is very light given the amount of goods you can carry in it. It is surprisingly hard to find a great commuter bag, but this one comes very close. It is a great size for carrying a latptop, a couple of books, jacket, extra layers, lunch and coffee mug. Very comfortable to wear, and the carry handle option is great to have. Handy computer sleeve, tons of little storage pockets for odds and ends. Continue reading Patagonia Half Mass Bag Review