Nintendo Reversible Messenger Bag
Because you'd rather be gaming.
- Measures 11" tall x 15" long x 4" wide.
- Adjustable single shoulder strap.
- Fits up to 15" laptops, gaming peripherals, and other gadgets.
You know what the great thing about bags is? They hold stuff. And you have stuff. What a coincidence! But you don't want just any bag. The bag you choose says something about you. The The Bag of Holding Messenger Bag? I have a 10 foot pole, and I'm not afraid to use it. And this one? I'd rather be gaming. Retro-style. You can have my console when you pry it out of my cold, dead hands.
The Nintendo Reversible Messenger Bag measures 11" tall x 15" long with a 4" gusset across the bottom. The front panel zips off to be reversible. One side is the classic NES controller; the other side is a pattern made out of tiny controllers. This reversible panel snaps closed with a side release (quick release) buckle to keep your stuff inside. Lifting the panel reveals a pocket, good for files, a composition notebook, TPS reports, and other goodies. The main compartment has a zipper across the top and a tiny zipper pouch inside for memory cards, thumb drives, or Starbucks gift cards. The shoulder strap is adjustable webbing and has a maximum 24" drop. Made from 100% polyester for its durability and hydrophobic qualities. We like that word. I think that means we have hydrophobaphilia. But we digress. The bag. Buy it.
- Durable, machine-washable polyester material (remove the reversible panel first)
- Shoulder strap adjusts up to 52" long for a 24" drop
- Not padded, but you can always add your own
- Dimensions: inside approx. 11" tall x 15" long x 4" wide
"Will my laptop fit in this bag, ThinkGeek?" Let's find out together!
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