This rain and stain barrier resists light rain and stains, keeping you clean and protected. Omni-Shield delivers protection from the outdoors where you least expect it but need it most.
Omni-Shield® advanced repellency keeps your gear protected from elements, both those from the sky, and those attacking you on your metropolitan commute. Coated fabric resists light rain and stains from absorbing into the yarns, with no effect on the material. The fabric dries 3-5 times faster than untreated fabric, making it light even when wet. A padded laptop sleeve keeps your network connectors safe, while you trek from one connection to the next.
100% polyester twill, 100% polyester
Omni-Shield® advanced repellency
Padded laptop sleeve
Tech Trekker™ Messenger 4.3 5 3 3
Stylish Messenger Bag I like the style and versatility of this messenger bag. It's very functional but also chic at the same time. I love the waterproof outside and super padded inside.Do note that it can only be worn one way (like the previous reviewer posted), so it's not a true messenger style. June 24, 2012
Great bag.....not what I expected There is no doubt that this bag is attractive and useful. It handles the rain without soaking a laptop and has two front pockets which stop cellphones, wallets, and keys from falling into the lost depths of a bag. There is also a handy "quick release" on the strap that allows you to dump the bag without getting entangled.However, the bag sits vertically on the back not horizontally as the photo shows. The straps are designed so that there is really only one "right" way to wear the bag. (from the right shoulder to left hip) So, if you don't have everything buckled, there is the potential for stuff to go flying. (though I haven't managed to do that yet) September 16, 2011
Awesome Whether or not your laptop will fit is very important, so I've posted my findings. Will fit most 17" laptops. The laptop sleeve measures approx 15" x 11" x 1". Thicker laptops can still be stored neatly in the main compartment. Lots and lots of padding. August 23, 2011