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Eagle Creek
Explore Mini Messenger Bag

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Midnight Sun



Why We Like The Eagle Creek Explore Mini Messenger Bag

Crossbody, hip belt, or bike bag: However we prefer to carry the essentials, the Eagle Creek Explore Mini Messenger Bag obliges. The adjustable strap goes seamlessly from shoulder to hip and clips off when we deploy the handlebar lash straps for our commute.


  • Lightweight, adaptable bag for wandering cities and trails
  • Recycled material provides eco-friendly durability
  • Bottom compression straps prevent contents from shifting
  • Adjustable, removable shoulder strap offers carry versatility
  • Tuck-away straps to clip to your handlebars when commuting
  • Internal pocketing keeps your small items organized
  • Padded sleeve safeguards your tablet or phone
  • Item #EAGM359
Responsible Collection
RENU (100% recycled polyester)
7L (425cu in)
Shoulder Strap
adjustable, removable
[external] 1 zippered padded tablet, [internal] 3 elastic pouches, 1 zippered with key clip
Laptop Sleeve
padded tablet sleeve
12 x 8.25 x 4.5in
Claimed Weight
casual, commuting
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Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

October 10, 2023

Just what I wanted

I've used it several times

Purchased to use a a little more formal/clean looking bag for classes and other things, where a regular camp/hike bag might be a little out of place. This bag works great for what it is, carries my notebook in the straps on the back, fits a Samsung A7 tablet in the pack perfectly, along with snacks, pens, wallet, etc... Nice organization without being overdone. Not a heavy duty bag, the shoulder strap is only an inch, and will cut into the shoulder with anything heavier than a small load. Water bottles would be an awkward fit - a 32oz nalgene wide mouth would take most the interior space, for example. A smaller 12 or 16oz bottle should probably be ok. The plastic clips and whatnot fit the look, but likewise, aren't the same quality that you see on Mystery Ranch or Black Diamond. I expect the shoulder strap attachment points will be the first to go. But still, even after 3 months of regular use, still going strong. So even if it breaks, I expect to get some good use out of it.

Alex B