The Timbuk2 Classic Messenger Bag was designed in San Francisco over 30 years ago. The shoulder strap features a curved airmesh strap pad for increased comfort, fine webbing, and Timbuk2’s Double-Loop CAM buckle adjusts quickly and eliminates dangling straps. 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 balance the weight of your carry. It’s a classic through some modern evolution, and it’s ready to be worn for whatever your carry needs.
THE ORIGINAL TIMBUK2 MESSENGER IMPROVED BY 30 YEARS OF EXPERTISE.
- New, never used.
- From a smoke and pet free home
- Small size
- 100% Polyester
- THE CLASSIC MESSENGER: The original Timbuk2 messenger improved by 30 years of expertise
- KEEP IT ORGANIZED: Internal organizer for laptop, pens, phones, and other small stuff; Internal slash pocket provides padded, firm place to store files; Napoleon side-entry pocket for access without undoing the flap; Internal water bottle pocket
- CLEVER EXTRAS: Low profile top grab handle for easy heave-ho; Partially concealed flap buckles with bottom compression straps for subtle and secure closure; Smart hook and loop placement for fast, easy closure and reduced sweater-pilling; Vista loop for attaching blinky bike lights
- MATERIALS & FIT: Easy wipe internal TPU liner; Coordinating Strap Pad included; Cross strap not compatible with XS messenger; Fully adjustable shoulder strap with a permanent, super comfortable airmesh strap pad; Removable crossbody strap for cross-body stabilization; Main body material is rugged 150D Poly Tweed
Laptop Fit: 13”
Volume: 14.00 L, 854 cu in
Weight: 1.5 lb, 0.69 kg
IT WAS NEVER ABOUT BAGS
It was 1989. Timbuk2’s founder Rob Honeycutt was a freethinking, freewheeling bike messenger in San Francisco. He fell in love with the functionality and utility of the messenger bag and wanted it to be accessible to all. In the heart of the eclectic Mission District neighborhood, the Classic Messenger Bag was born.
But it was never really about bags – it was what the messenger bag made possible. A new community of urban nomads emerged, moving fluidly through the chaos, pivoting from meetings to meetups, outsmarting the challenges of the city.
Thirty years on, we’re still taking meaningful risks, building quality bags and giving a damn about the world around us, with a keen eye on the past and the future.