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Goorin Brothers Speedster Flap Messenger - Black

The Goorin Brothers Speedster Flap Messenger - Black has been discontinued and can no longer be purchased. Please see similar producs that are in stock below…
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More Information About Goorin Brothers Speedster Flap Messenger - Black

  • External Dimensions 41.00 x 28.50 x 8.500 cm
  • Weight 0.85 kg
  • Material 300 gsm Canvas
  • Warranty No Warranty
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This heavy canvas full featured flap messenger by legendary hat makers Goorin Brothers is the rugged messenger bag you have been searching for! With its plaid lined flap and handy reflector strips, this messenger is a force to be reckoned with.

  • Adjustable cross body strap
  • 2 x Reflective strips on front of the bag
  • Main compartment with velcro flap closure
  • Inside organiser pockets
  • 2 x Additional internal zip pockets
  • Zip pocket on external front of bag
  • External pocket with snap button closure
  • Internal key ring
  • Internal dividing compartment

Customer Reviews

  • “Top Class Messenger Bag. I'm happy with this purchase. Construction is solid and overall the bag is put together very well. The canvas has a very tactile feel which is quite enjoyable compared to nylon. I love the feel of the shoulder strap, which is soft yet durable. I'm not totally convinced about the reflective stripes. I wonder how they will look in 1-2 years. The good news is this bag is a keeper.”
    Rohan M from Griffith, ACT, Australia
  • “yup: it's all good. Bought this as a gift: it's a fabulous bag: great design and very good quality. My friend is now cured of using a hideous green grocery carry bag to tote his uni stuff around. Removing this eye blight from the campus was worth every cent. Friends, if someone you love has no idea that grocery carry bags really are just for groceries, then do as i did and stage a bag intervention today. These people need our help.”
    Nollie N from Lismore, NSW, Australia