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Messenger bags certainly have come into the mainstream in the last few years, replacing the stuffy briefcase as the young business-person's bag of choice. It's no wonder. Most professionals lead much more active lives now and the messenger bag's style and function are better suited to this lifestyle. The Timbuk2 Cubicle Bag is a perfect example of a tough, functional messenger bag-gone-upscale, and it's right at home on the way to class or the coffee shop, in a board meeting, or heading through the airport on a business trip.

The Timbuk2 Cubicle Laptop Bag's TSA-compliant, tricot-lined laptop sleeve takes some of the pain out of the journey through airport security. Instead of having to take your laptop out and putting it in its own plastic tub, you can just flip the Cubicle open and send it through the tiny x-ray car wash. The shoulder strap is also fully detachable so you can just pop it off and slip it into the bag to avoid any snags. Along with the laptop sleeve, the cubicle has a dedicated file sleeve to protect important papers and valuable reading material, as well as plenty of internal organization and pockets to help keep your life in order.

The Cubicle is made with durable ballistic nylon and weighs just 1lb, 6oz. It measures 40x31x11 centimeters and 12 Liters in volume. The laptop sleeve will accommodate a computer with a 15 inch monitor.

The Timbuk2 Cubicle Bag comes in one size and is available in Algae Green/sorbet green, Gunmetal/blue/black, and Black.

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Is this bag indeed a pannier, as it's...

Is this bag indeed a pannier, as it's listed in the Accessories / Commuting & Touring / Panniers & Bags / Panniers section of the website?