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Kadunce Messenger Bag

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3.50 LBS
Kadunce Messenger Bag

Downhill, out of the ancient rocky crags of Minnesota’s North Shore, under Highway 61, and into Lake Superior, the Kadunce River carries its water to the big lake. Our Kadunce Messenger Bag also has enduring northwoods character, shares a name with a wild river, and will carry water…

There are twin side pockets on the Kadunce Messenger Bag that are sized for round 32 or 40 oz water bottles. A thermos would fit fine, so would a travel mug, and the pockets will snap closed when not needed or to secure smaller items. There’s a wide web shoulder strap that attached at the ends and is sized to wear across the body (it’s even got a leather pad for comfort and grip). There’s plenty of space inside. Enough for a daypack-sized load with pockets, a padded sleeve, and a handy quick access zip compartment on the front of the lid. The Kadunce stands up on its own so it'll stay where you leave it. Here's a waxed canvas messenger bag built right, at Frost River in Duluth, Minnesota.



15.5″w (top) 13.5″w (bottom) x 9.75″h x 5.5″d


2.5 lbs


Twin leather flap straps with solid brass buckles on top flap, two sets of snaps on each side pocket.


Zip pocket on front, water bottle pockets on each side (sized for quart sized round bottles), two snaps on each pocket


Two slip pockets, one padded, Organizer panel with 4 slip pocket dividers.




18 oz. waxed cotton canvas, premium leather, 2″ cotton web, leather shoulder pad, solid brass hardware, leather logo.

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  • 5
    Very helpful bag

    Posted by Leigh on Oct 24th 2018

    Picked this up as it had two secure spots to hold beverages. I was tired of dropping my water bottle or coffee while trying to get back and forth to work multiple times a day. Enough room inside the bag for a sweatshirt or jacket plus other gear of your choosing. Made a great carry on bag on a recent trip to Ireland. Very comfortable to carry as a cross body bag as we hiked through airports and the Irish countryside. Enough room for my computer and book too. A tough, useful, and well-made bag.