The #1 Most Popular Messenger Bag Is A Comically Low $38 Today

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

In 2018, just about everyone has a laptop they take to work each day. People differ, however, in how they carry this essential device into the office.

Some carry around a backpack, à la high school students. Others go with cloth laptop bags, which can be practical if aesthetically unpleasing. Pros go with a leather messenger bag, otherwise known as a 21st century briefcase. A messenger bag is basically a briefcase designed to contain a laptop as well as various papers and documents.

Like most leather products, these bags can be expensive, with nicer versions costing over a hundred dollars. That’s where this one-day-only deal comes in. Today only, the #1 bestseller out of all messenger bags is 75 percent off, dropping it to a comically low $38:

Normally $150, this #1 bestselling messenger bag is 75 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $150, this #1 bestselling messenger bag is 75 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

14.5” Vintage Handmade Leather Canvas Messenger Bag | Multiple Compartments & Zippered Pockets Crossbody Bag By Aaron Leather (Grey) on sale for $37.49

Why is this the #1 most popular messenger bag? Many reasons, it turns out. It is stylish, made from great materials and perhaps above all quite spacious. It features one large compartment, one small compartment, one small zipper pocket, two open pockets, one back pocket, three pen slots, four business card slots and even one mobile pocket.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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