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Inside, the waterproof TPU liner and corner wings keep water out, and the internal water bottle pocket keeps water in. Distributed internal pockets and organization balances the weight of your carry. It’s a classic reborn and ready to be worn for another quarter century.
The original Timbuk2 messenger improved by 3 decades of expertise.
30 years of messenger expertise bring you our Classic Messenger Bag. Designed in San Francisco with decades of user testing and consumer feedback in mind, our Classic Messenger features a new refined look, updated fit, and smarter organization. A low profile grab strap makes the messenger easier to grab and go and SR buckles are partially concealed behind the messenger flap for a more refined but just as secure closure.
- A shoulder strap features a curved airmesh strap pad for increased comfort. (Excluding Gunmetal Tundra and Black Forrest Color-ways)
- Timbuk2’s Double-Loop CAM buckle that adjusts quickly and eliminates dangling straps
- Smart hook and loop placement for fast, easy closure and reduced sweater-pilling
- Partially concealed flap buckles with bottom compression straps for subtle and secure closure (XS size does not have bottom compression)
- Low profile top grab handle for easy heave-ho
- Flap corners fold into place for excellent weatherproofing
- Vista loop for attaching blinky bike lights
Exterior Napoleon Pocket
Under the flap hides our Napoleon Pocket (except XS Size) that's large enough to carry most phones. The design allows access even with the flap down
We took the feedback for our first 25 years and re-worked out pocket layout. We still have a rear slip pocket for devices or papers. We added water bottle pockets because you need them and having them on the side distributes weight better.
Lined with water resistant TPU and with the newly added water wings, you have a water resistant bag for when you get caught in the weather.
|Classic Messenger (Extra Small)||Classic Messenger (Small)||Classic Messenger (Medium)||Classic Messenger (Large)|
|Napoleon Zippered (YKK) Pocket + Compression Straps||-||✓||✓||✓|
|Water Bottle Pockets (Interior)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Strap Pad||X (except Black Forest & Gunmetal Tundra Color ways)||X (except Black Forest & Gunmetal Tundra Color ways)||X (except Black Forest & Gunmetal Tundra Color ways)||X (except Black Forest & Gunmetal Tundra Color ways)|
|Interior Organization pockets with large Zippered (YKK) Pocket||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Device Fit (unpadded)||9" (tablet)||13"||15"||17"|
|Dimensions (Inches)||11.8 X 9.84 X 4.72||16.1 X 10.6 X 5.12||18.1 X 12.5 X 7.09||20.1 X 13.8 X 7.87|
|Volume (Liters)||9 L||14 L||21 L||28 L|
|Weight (Pounds)||1.0 lbs||1.5 lbs||2.0 lbs||2.0 lbs|
Timbuk2 is a San Francisco original, founded over 25 years ago by bike messenger Rob Honeycutt in a garage in the city's Mission District.
Since its inception in 1989, Timbuk2 has designed quality bags, packs, and accessories , evolving from the original bike messenger company to a pioneer of made-in-America customization and an industry in forward-thinking, sustainable manufacturing.
The relentless drive to inspire urban mobility, enable individuality and promote responsibility has propelled Timbuk2 forward as it continues fusing passion and style to create durable, functional products informed by the company's longstanding cycling roots and today's vibrant city landscape.
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What I love:
-Color: Love love love the blue. The red was cheaper, but I just love this color and that the strap is not black.
-Laptop fits perfectly
-Good protection from weather if you live where it actually rains (Seattle mists, rarely actually rain rains).
What I'm not used to/don't like:
-No matter how I wear it, it hurts my shoulder, unless I have almost nothing in the bag. If I have a water bottle, my phones, my wallet, it's fine, but anything else added to that? Painful.
-I have a hard time getting the strap the right length, if it's mostly empty, I need to cinch it up, if it's full, I need to loosen/lower it, I'm constantly adjusting it and haven't found the right length.
- Opening and closing the bag is so loud it drives me insane, especially if I'm in a quiet setting.
- Feels like a struggle to access things in the bag in a hurry. Inconvenient I guess if you're needing to get into your bag frequently.
Overall, I think this is a good, sturdy, well-made bag for someone who rides a bike. If you don't, unless you want a bag that is difficult to access and uncomfortable - might want to try something different. I'm at the point I am ready to sell it on eBay. I think I should stick to totes. This cross-body bag is keeping my chiropractor in business!