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Sindrome Pro-Series Messenger Bag

Pro-Messenger Bags: Reversible Shoulder Straps

We have a new feature on all our Pro-Series Messenger Bags, adapted from our largest, the Elephantitus. This is called Reversible Shoulder Straps which allow you to wear the bag… more

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Pro-Messenger Bags: Reversible Shoulder Straps

We have a new feature on all our Pro-Series Messenger Bags, adapted from our largest, the Elephantitus. This is called Reversible Shoulder Straps which allow you to wear the bag… more


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Messenger Bag vs. Backpack

What should I chose, a Messenger Bag or a Backpack? I'd like to say its an age old conundrum rather like "the chicken or the egg," but that would be… more


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How To Pack Your Messenger Bag

Tried using a messenger bag and found it uncomfortable? Still haven't mastered the 'secrets' to a more comfortable carry? Listen up as we explain how to make your messenger bag… more


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Multiple Custom Sindromes

A handful of beautiful Sindrome Messenger Bags have just left the studio. Check them out! The first two are very close visually, as they prominently feature AUSCAM print, as well… more


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Elephantitus Pro-Series Messenger Bag

Little fun fact, Elephantitus was the first product we ever built. Designed with the professional messenger in mind it has considerably evolved over the years. Now measuring in at 51L… more


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Pro-Messenger Bag: Hip & Shoulder Compression 101

Ever wondered why we put hip and shoulder compression on our larger messenger bags? In a nutshell it gives you a more comfortable carry. Check out our video below showing… more


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#carryshitolympics

All our bags are hardwearing, and built for the long haul. Some people really like to test this by carrying ridiculous loads.┬áIf you are on Instagram, make sure you check… more


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No Dangle Webbing

Fact: Dangling webbing is dangerous. Fact: We've created a way to stop dangling webbing. The excuse "I am late because of snagged webbing" is no longer going to fly. In… more