Brooks England Strand Messenger Bag

Brooks England Strand Messenger Bag
Brooks England Strand Messenger Bag
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Strand Messenger Bag by Brooks England
Continuing Brooks' lineup of elegant and highly functional bags comes the Strand Messenger Bag. This well-thought-out bag boasts numerous features that'll quickly make it your new favorite bag while commuting on the bike. A length-adjustable stability hip belt and shoulder strap keep the bag securely in place as you dart through the urban jungle. This bag is designed to last a long time and keep items inside protected from the elements. It's constructed of durable and waterproof PU coated nylon and Cordura. Zippers come from YKK and are the Aquaguard variety further boosting water repellency. A stretchable compartment on the front gives you quick access to cargo while riding. Inside the bag, a 100% recycled lining from PET bottles is utilized and a bevy of padded compartments for essentials, including a laptop sleeve, keeps things organized. Finishing off the details are the reflective details that help you remain visible in low-light conditions.

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SKU: BHS001I
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