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- The Dakine® Taylor puts a modern twist on the classic messenger bag with its eye-catching color styles, protective laptop sleeve and excellent organizational options.
- Laptop messenger bag with unique allover print.
- Main compartment holds your books, school supplies and personal technology.
- Features a padded sleeve that fits most standard 15" laptops.
- Adjustable shoulder strap with comfortable shoulder pad. Shoulder drop: 24.5" length.
- Interior nylon lining with multifunctional organizer pockets.
- Fold over flap with hook-and-loop and slide lock.
- Dimensions: 17.5" width across the middle x 5" depth x 13.5" height.
- 600D polyester.
- Bottom Width: 17 1⁄2 in
- Depth: 5 in
- Height: 12 in
- Strap Length: 53 in
- Strap Drop: 22 in
- Handle Length: 7 in
- Handle Drop: 1 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 1 lb 4 oz
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DaKine moved their manufacturing and operations to Hood River, OR in 1986; besides being a popular windsurfing location on the mainland, it´s also a gathering place for the best professional snowboarders looking to ride on Mt. Hood. In 1989, after proving themselves as leaders in surf accessories, gear, and bags, DaKine committed to the rapidly expanding snowboard market with board accessories, board bags, and gear bags. By using their commitment to unique designs, high quality, and the desire to stay true to the spirit of the sport, the company would become the world leader in this market over the next 15 years.
Throughout the 1990s, DaKine moved into the snowsports glove category with a modest three styles, and has now expanded that line to close to 70 models today. In 1996, DaKine introduced the Heli Pack, which helped create the new category of minimalist technical backcountry day packs. In 1998, DaKine sought to surpass the Heli Pack and introduced the Heli Pro. In a short time, the Heli Pro becomes the standard for technical daypacks as well as the sport's best selling (and most copied) model. Also around this time, DaKine moved into skate specific packs, such as the Park Pack, which quickly became known for its innovation and durability.
A true leader in the world of bags, packs, and accessories, DaKine has also built a reputation in the travel category, whether it is board sport specific carriers or luggage. After celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2004, DaKine continues to pride itself on developing products for the top professionals in every board sport and building its reputation for innovation and quality for over a quarter of a century.
Dakine Taylor Messenger
Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 8 reviews.
Top Positive Review
2 people found this review helpful.Read more » « Show less January 9, 2012 by Kathy B
- Kathy B - customer
- from PA
- January 9, 2012
I love this bag!! It's very spacious! It fits my laptop and all my teacher stuff (which is A LOT)!!! The color is awesome! I would def. recommend it to anyone!
- Alex S - customer
- from Chicago
- December 8, 2011
It's a great bag overall- good quality, nice appearance, stylish, and comfortable. My 7th grade daughter can fit in everything she needs for school, including PE dress and lunch box in vertical position. The only drawback is the sticky tape which may damage clothes when opening the bag and keep the bag close to the body.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Houston, Texas
- December 8, 2011
Got this for my daughter. She loves it. It can fit her laptop, books, and even her flute case. :-)
- D - customer
- from park city, ut
- October 14, 2011
Great deal. Colors were wonderful. Bought it for a trendy teenager and she was quite pleased with the product. Love the bright lining inside. You can find your items easily.
- Suzanne W - customer
- from Trinidad and Tobago
- September 26, 2011