Rothco's Canvas M-51 Engineers Field Bag is the ultimate carry-all for business, travel or school.
Two Side Pockets One Pocket With Mesh Corners And Hook And Loop Closure (5" X 4" X 1 1/4") And One Pocket With Hook And Loop Closure (3 1/2" X 4" X 1 1/4") Are Great For Small Electronic Devices
Back Panel Of Engineers Bag Features 3/4 Zipper Opening With Dozens Of Storage Pockets
Top Carry Handle
Detachable And Adjustable Shoulder Strap Measures 59" When Fully Extended
Shoulder Bag Measures 12" X 14" X 5 3/4" Overall
The M-51 Engineers Bags is Made of a Durable Heavyweight Cotton Canvas
Main Compartment Measures 10 1/2" X 10 1/2" And Features Large Main Flap With Metal Turning Lock Closure
Plastic Document Pocket With Hook And Look Closure Under Main Flap
Main Front Flap Features Zipper Closure
Tons Of Gear Storage Available With 1 Small Hook And Loop Pocket (5" X 4" X 1 1/2"), 1 Small Open Top Pocket (5" X 4" X 1"), 5 Pen Holder Loops And 1 Large Hook And Loop Pocket (4 3/4" X 8 1/2" X 1")
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Rothco's Canvas M-51 Engineers Field Bag is the ultimate carry-all for business, travel or school. The classic military shoulder bag features a large size main compartment ideal for your tablet or small laptop. Additional storage pouches and compartments including pen holders and plastic document sleeve are located throughout the bag. Rothco's M-51 Engineers Field Bag makes for a great EDC bag as well.
I have had this bag with me 365 days a year for the past 7 or 8 years. It is getting a little worn and faded but still up to the task. Been all over the planet with this bag and have yet to find a better replacement. Not too "purse-like" but I don't care because of the functionality. Is bigger than the measurements suggest. Love it!
I am over all happy with the bag. Ample room for my needs, plenty of pockets inside & out and a hard back that you can use to write on (as I do out in the field). My only complaint is the handle-strap. After 3 weeks of use the 'anchor' that holds the handle & shoulder strap to the bag separated (It's sewn on - The treading ripped out) and the bag dropped to the ground with laptop in it. Resewed the strap and am looking into either finding a metal fastener for the strap-handle or replacing the bag. So in short, I would recommend the bag for most uses but am no longer feeling that it's safe to carry electronics.
A durable and versatile bag with many compartments. After 2 years, the olive drab die has faded where the sun has hit it, but not drastically. This pack gets used often & is jammed full. The "storm flap" can be difficult to fasten when at capacity, but careful packing solves this most of the time. For this I wish it had an adjustable fastener in stead of the twist buckle. I'm using it to hold tools some reference material and a welding jacket. There isn't a single fray in the stitching so far. If all you're going to do is put a laptop in it, you will never need another bag.