Rangefinder Messenger Bag™

Style# 36619OR

Adorned with retro faux leather details, the stylish Rangefinder Messenger Bag — complete with strategically-placed welded seams and weather-ready zippers — moonlights as a technical water-combatting bag for bike commuting or traveling. It's even business-trip appropriate thanks to a padded laptop sleeve. Plus, three internal pockets make organization easy.


Charcoal Heather
Coyote Heather




  • Rainproof
  • Lightweight
  • Drawcord Cinch at Top
  • Faux Leather Patches
  • Laptop Sleeve


Fabric: 2L, 100% polyester, 600D woven with TPU lamination main body // 100% nylon, 210D PU-coated lining // EVA foam back panel

  • 12” x 7 1/2” x 12” / 30.5 cm x 19 cm x 30.5 cm
  • 22.3 oz. / 632 g / 18L

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 22.3oz / 632g (18L)

Customer Reviews

xlnt (Review by David Bradstreet)

This series is very durable, weather resistant, and good looking for international travel - without looking too "hikey". I travel by boat often and have found my gear dry after numerous downpours. (Not immersible, but at that point luggage is moot!) I have the small Duffel, the Backpack and Messenger Bag - all charcoal heather.
Love 'em all.

(Posted on 2/25/16)

This is my bag (Review by Wulf)

I'm sort of a bag snob. As a guy, that seems sorta weird, but my search for the perfect bag to schlep all manner of junk between my home and office is neverending. I have briefcases, tote bags, day packs and messenger bags of all sorts, but this bag has ended my search. For a while, at least. It's the perfect size for holding everything from my Macbook and workout clothes to the Amazon box that just showed up at the office containing I don't remember what. The shoulder strap is comfy. The organizer section on the outside is practical. The drawstring throat cinches up the bag, helping it conform to the contents and keeping things snug and compact. And in spite of it's rugged, waterproof spec, it's handsome, too. My very stylish and well-dressed attorney lady recently asked me where I got it. Yep. It's a keeper.

(Posted on 3/17/15)

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