The National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Founded in 1888 to “increase and diffuse geographic knowledge,” the Society’s mission is to inspire people to care about the planet. It reaches more than 400 million people worldwide each month through its official journal, National Geographic, and other magazines. The Kontiki Messenger Bagis built to take on any journey, anywhere. It combines the ruggedly stylish retro look of yesteryear with today’s modern travel features. Recycled polyester fabric looks exactly like canvas yet is much lighter while rich faux-leather accents and antique brass hardware finish emphasize the historic look.
I got the messenger bag to review, and I might say this is one the coolest messenger bags I have yet seen, like shown above it comes in a collection set. The messenger bag has endless pockets, and spliter inside to keep one side from interacting with the other. Comes with some straps and a label for traveling with. The inside is full of maps and words and kinda like silky. We use ours for the laptops. Holds both of them and since it has a spliter no worries for one hitting the other. It also has lots of pockets for the mouse, keyboard, and cords. We even used it to hold a 30 count diaper pack, a baby tie blanket, 3 toddler outfits and bunch of random stuff for his preschool so with that said it will hold alot and is very durable. I love how it has the comfy to part on the strap for your shoulder, so it wont grind into your shoulder. Like I said this a must have collection its just so men/woman. I like how it has the out style, digger look to it, kinda makes you think of Indiana Jones. The material and the quality is tuff and well made, washes great, prefer to air dry. Or simply just do a wipe down on it.