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Military Cotton Canvas Ammo Shoulder Messenger Bag


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11" x 9" x 4"
Olive Drab
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  • canvas
  • Adjustable shoulder strap
  • 2 outside hook and loop closure pockets
  • Heavyweight cotton canvas
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Product Description

Rothco Women's The Camo Canvas Ammo Shoulder Bag. The Camo Canvas Ammo Shoulder Bag A great and trusty canvas shoulder bag with flap and buckle closure. 2 pockets on front with velcro closure. Wear this any time of year to match with winter or summer gear. Canvas Should Bag Flap with Buckle Closure Allover Camo Adjustable Shoulder Strap 100% Cotton By Rothco Size & Fit: Measurements 10 W x 8 H x 3.5 D.

  • ASIN: B0013O579G
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • Item model number: 2277
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,080 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Customer Reviews

    It is just the right size, not too big or too small.
    Darren K
    I do wish it came with velcro or a snap to keep the flap closed though, it's a pain to do and undo that strap all the time.
    katherineland
    It's not girly-looking at all, and it's made of a great thick canvas that seems very sturdy.
    casinoqueen

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    169 of 176 people found the following review helpful By Steven W. Johnston on October 8, 2008
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    The hot issue with this canvas bag seems to be size. I don't have any measuring tape on me, but from rough estimate 12x9(or10)x5. It's small. I'd compare it to the small dickies messenger bags also found on amazon. The one major plus of this bag is it's thickness. Mine usually has three or four thin traveling books, two steno pads, and one fairly thick book on Emily Dickenson. And still have room in the main compartment for misc thumbdrives, mp3 player, and blackberry. I have one of the dickies bags, and i could barely fit a couple steno pads before the thing appeared overfilled. It's perfect for daily use, if you don't carry a laptop or full size note pad. The construction has kept up with a couple months of hard abusive daily carrying and commuting.

    I suppose all the previous negetive reviews came from people expecting something bigger. It's definately small, but some how fits a lot of what I need day to day without resorting to a cumbersome full-sized messenger bag. The durability matched with it's minimalist size definately makes this bag worth all 5 stars in my opinion.
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    135 of 143 people found the following review helpful By S. Nyland on July 31, 2009
    It's a shame that the critical reviewers were commenting on a listing error in the bag dimensions rather than the bag itself -- which totally rocks. For $8 or so you can do a lot worse for a handy little day pack type shoulder bag you can throw a sketchbook, a couple of pens, an iPod, cell phone and wallet into and hit the galleries. The bags were meant for carrying ammunition in Iraq while being shot at so it's a fairly sturdy canvas construction with a nice tongue close hitch to keep the flap down & the weather out of your stuff.

    I wish there were internal pockets or maybe an extra zippered pouch, but it serves the purpose of an inexpensive little personal carrying solution when you don't need a whole backpack but would rather not stuff your pockets like some kind of a dork. It's got a cool urban military jib to it's cut too that's something more interesting than an anonymous Office Max commuter bag, which is what I was replacing. This would actually make a great little inexpensive and USEFUL gift for that alternative minded young lady who thinks purses are for sissies, or the young punker scene guy who needs someplace to carry his iPod and couple of books, if he reads books. The black color is actually quite tasteful too.

    If you need something bigger than that try the M-51 engineer's bag, which will hold a laptop but was about twice as big as what I needed.
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    36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Colter Winchester on January 17, 2010
    Color Name: Olive DrabSize Name: 11" x 9" x 4" Verified Purchase
    I have no complaints with this bag. It's made out of stiff canvas, which relaxes in time, but largely remains rather rigid. That's something that I like about the bag, though, so I can't deduct any points for it. It's rather small, but you can tell that from its dimensions. I like the size. I can fit 3 -4 books in the bag, which is the reason I wear it. I think the best part about the bag is that I don't look like a woman when I'm wearing it. That's important to me.
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    42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Brennick on August 12, 2011
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    The bag is 9.5 x 8 x 4 (measure the panels). When flat the bag might be 11 x 9 x 4, but not with stuff in it. If the bag were the size advertised, a piece of 11 x 8.5 paper would fit in without folding - but it can't be done. With that out of the way...

    I've been looking to downsize what I carry. The latest laptop bag I have is big and bulky. I now have an IPad which is far less bulky than the laptop I had, and the bag I used was cumbersome. Although this bag is a little smaller than I thought it would be, the IPad fits in along with the notebook I carry. I have gotten rid of a lot of extra things that I carried in my laptop bag (only because it had the extra room).

    This bag is pretty rugged - I haven't seen any of the flaws that others have written about. The front pockets store small things - I haven't had a problem with the velcro opening on me, but the pockets are small and care has to be taken when putting stuff in. The only add-on I would have liked to see would have been a small zippered pocket on the inside.

    I will be using the bag regularly, only using the larger bag for times when I need to carry files around. It is a good product for the price - just be aware of the true size.
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    109 of 131 people found the following review helpful By RP on June 24, 2008
    Well, I contacted the seller directly and they replied that the measurements are apr. 11"x9"x4". Mystery solved!
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    22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 15, 2012
    Color Name: Olive DrabSize Name: 11" x 9" x 4" Verified Purchase
    Now that full bird guides, GPS topo maps, tide information, and location PDFs can all be on a tablet, the only thing missing is a bag that will hold the tablet IN it's "day use" cover, a pair of binoculars, cell phone, camera, and charger for the tablet.

    A quick search shows many bags, priced $30 and up, that do some of these things, but poorly.

    This is the bag that does all of them, and for around $10.

    Zipper tops are a pain when you want your guide in your hand on the beach, for an odd shore bird. Flap-top bags that won't stay closed without buckling are sand traps. Flap-top bags that let water in the sides when the top is closed are, well, not appropriate to any electronic gear.

    The flap has enough mass to stay shut while on the move. When going into a crowded place where the risk of a tablet lift gets higher, the flap straps down easily, thanks to the metal tip on the strap. The strap and buckle may not be the fastest release, but refer back to tablet-lift-risk. NO one is going to sneak the tablet out with the straps cinched down!

    The stitching looks acceptable for a bag at this price point. The layout should keep stress on stress points low enough that it will last a while. The canvas is solid, and not mildewy on delivery.

    If you have a tablet the size of the Samsung Galaxy Note devices, this bag is worth checking out!
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