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Old 09-22-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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Men's version of the Baggallini Messenger

Is there a men's version of the Baggalini Messenger bag or does it look masculine? I was going to order one but I don't want to be stuck carrying it the entire time if my DH thinks it looks too feminine since it is made for women. I am actually tossing around the idea of getting two, one for each of us so we can split the load. We are going in January and I am afraid we will have to stuff jackets into them so we will need the room.

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I use a Messenger Bag from 5.11 tactical to carry all my work related stuff and my iPad. It's doesn't look feminine at all. The link below is for the largest of the 3 sizes they make.

http://www.511tactical.com/All-Produ...very-XRAY.html
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I use a Messenger Bag from 5.11 tactical to carry all my work related stuff and my iPad. It's doesn't look feminine at all. The link below is for the largest of the 3 sizes they make.

http://www.511tactical.com/All-Produ...very-XRAY.html
Thank you for the link. I looked at a lot of the ones they have to offer.
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My husband carries the Baggalini Messenger Sling Bag - the crinkle nylon in olive. He loves it - he uses it all the time and it is not feminine at all.
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My husband carries the Baggalini Messenger Sling Bag - the crinkle nylon in olive. He loves it - he uses it all the time and it is not feminine at all.
Thanks! I am looking at that one in charcoal for me. How much does it hold? I am thinking we will need to put jackets in it in January in addition to the other things we will carry. Would we need two and each carry one? Hopefully it will be just warm enough to wear a long sleeve under our t-shirts and not need a jacket. I guess we could just get a locker, too.
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You could take a look at Timbuk2 bags. I took one to the parks this past summer and it was perfect. They are (mostly) waterproof and come in a number of different sizes and styles.
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You could take a look at Timbuk2 bags. I took one to the parks this past summer and it was perfect. They are (mostly) waterproof and come in a number of different sizes and styles.
Thank you. Those might be out of our price range for DW but I know he needs a good bag for his laptop. I saw a few he would like for that.
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Thank you. Those might be out of our price range for DW but I know he needs a good bag for his laptop. I saw a few he would like for that.
Take a peek on ebay. I got mine there for about half of the actual cost and it was still wrapped.
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