Mainstay Messenger (Natural)

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Mainstay Messenger (Natural)

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The Mainstay is the rope that holds up the main sail; it’s quite literally the foundation of the ship.

Our Mainstay is your essential daily bag. Made of washed cotton canvas with leather and antique brass findings, it’s loaded with organization pockets for keys, your cell phone, and laptop, complete with a padded shoulder strap, making it both durable and comfortable enough to be your everyday companion.


  • Interior zippered pocket & organizer pockets
  • Exterior zippered pocket
  • Exterior side panel pockets
  • Computer compartment fitting laptops up to 13”
  • High quality brass zippers
  • Adjustable canvas shoulder strap with padded leather shoulder rest
  • Magnetic snap buckle closures
  • Reinforced leather bottom
  • Interior: 15 ½"(w) x 12"(h) x 4"(d) Exterior: 16 ½"(w) x 13"(h) x 5-1/2"(d)

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  • Misleading Computer Compartment

    This bag's Features description states that this bag has a Computer compartment fitting laptops up to 15” however my laptop which measures 13 1/4" in length will not fit in the compartment. I'll be returning the Mainstay bag and finding a different brand that accurately describes their products' features and dimensions.


    December 26, 2013

  • Messenger bag

    This was a gift for my college bound for Italy daughter. What a great bag for traveling. Just bought a second as a gift for my sister who loved the look and also travels.

    December 2013


    December 6, 2013

  • Great accessory for my grad student boyfriend

    I bought this messenger for my boyfriend as a gift when he started grad school. This is his first non-backpack bag, so I was worried about how it would work for him. So far, he has just loved it. He especially likes the bag's relaxed look and feel. It's definitely not too formal and not too casual. It's the perfect fit for carrying around his laptop, a water bottle, pens and a notebook on campus.


    November 13, 2013