General Cycling Discussion - Messenger Bags?
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01-17-00, 07:14 PM
Who makes the best messenger bag?
01-17-00, 11:39 PM
RoadRash, I had an older timbuk2 bag when i was in school, but sombody decided that they needed it more then i did... anyways, they make great bags, and if i were to get another one, they would be the people i would order from.
01-17-00, 11:48 PM
thanks man! this is so cool, i just got a email saying i had a reply to my bb topic, wow http://www.bikeforums.com/ubb/smile.gif heheheh. anyways, i went to that site, and theres a dealer about 20miles away, so i will go there and check em out today. bye
02-26-00, 04:51 PM
you should check all of the bag manufacturer's sites at www.messengers.org (http://www.messengers.org)
'The Best Bag' is very subjective and depends largely on how you intend to use said bag.
02-29-00, 05:42 PM
forget those weak timbuck bags try the zo bag, made in sf and they will never fail. they will swollow cases whole, theyre stron, comfortable and can be custom made for the left or right shoulder. Larry Mhttp://www.bikeforums.com/ubb/icons/icon8.gif
my favorite bag was a globe canvas (nyc) bag i had for ten years until last week, when it was stolen.
they're no longer in business, but if anyone has one for sale, i'd love to know about it!
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