Citizen Messenger Bag

148,76 €
180,00 €
Original. Iconic. Our medium-sized messenger bag with quick-release seatbelt buckle. Built like our Pro bags. Scaled for everyday use. Made in Chico, CA. Guaranteed for life. Add our zip laptop sleeve for added organization.zip laptop sleeve for added org.
Description

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We made our first messenger bag over 20 years ago. We needed a quick-release buckle for getting a fully loaded bag off quickly. We didn't have money to make our own buckle, so we salvaged a seatbelt buckle from the local auto yard and an icon was born. To maximize durability and weatherproofness, every Citizen is made twice. The inside liner is made with military-grade, 18-oz truck tarpaulin. The outside is made with abrasion-resistant, 1000-denier military grade nylon fabric.
Fit

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• EVA foam-padded shoulder strap with cross-chest load stabilizer for increased rideability
Features

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• Iconic quick-release seatbelt buckle with integrated bottle opener
• Daisy-chain mounting loops for attaching carabineer or bike lights
• Industrial-strength Velcro, accessory-mounting shoulder strap
• Reflective straps for night visibility
• Internal fasteners for securing Chrome laptop and tactical sleeves (sold separately)
• Accommodates up to a 17" laptop
Fabrication

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• Weatherproof, 1000-denier military grade nylon outer shell • Weatherproof, independently suspended, military-grade 18-oz. truck tarpaulin liner • Commercial-grade five-bar seatbelt webbing and nylon 69 thread • Made in USA

Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

Dirt proof perfect fit all around bag.
Got this bag to replace my MTB Osprey backpack for commuting purposes & I LOVE IT! I got the Grey/Black option which is perfect fit. It is also dirt proof :), Highly recommend this to any one who needs to carry around stuff. Review by macmalk / (Posted on 1/31/2016)
Just buy it!
I have used this bag for years, and I know it will last for years to come. It is the best bag I have owned. I use it mainly for school, but I also use it as a carry on for trips. It holds a ridiculous amount of stuff. Review by Joel / (Posted on 2/24/2015)