Timbuk2 Scumbags Origin Messenger Bag

Timbuk2 Scumbags Origin Messenger Bag
Timbuk2 Scumbags Origin Messenger Bag
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Scumbags Origin Messenger Bag by Timbuk2
An ode to an icon, The Scumbags Origin Messenger Bag is a stitch for stitch recreation of the bag that started a movement. This bag blends trendy styling with a durable and waterproof Cordura outer that keeps your goods protected.

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SKU: TBK009P
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