Closeouts. Eagle Creek's Broland Guide courier bag features a sleek, messenger-bag style, loads of interior organization from pen holders to netbook and tablet compatible sleeves, and the added security to ensure safe travels.
Reviewed by CreekCat from Oklahoma on Friday, September 13, 2013
This bag is durable with plenty of convenient pockets and a front pocket that makes it easy to retrieve keys and phone. The color is one of my favorites in the burnt orange. It is a nice looking bag that can be used for casual carry, but looks nice enough for dress up, too. I never carry traditionally styled purses anymore, and am always looking for bags/packs that can do double duty as a small day pack or purse. This bag is a small to average size and works great for that purpose.
Great quality bag. it could be a bit wider to make the handling of an iPad a bit easier for an the iPad a protection cover (like the Targus versavu). Other than a nice bag for carrying in a addition to the tablet, important travel documents, writing pens/pencils as well as a small camera.
Reviewed by KcH from on the road on Sunday, March 31, 2013
In my experience, nothing beats an EAgle Creek bag in the lightweight and durable categories. It holds both my 'pocket' digital camera and my iPad along with other essentials. The convenient front and rear zipper compartments work well for travel documents, and the lift up front flap gives you quick access to a pen, credit or ID cards, etc. It's roomy, but not too big. It works well as a ladies purse, or for a netbook , camera or tablet bag. In my opinion, pretty nearly perfect!
Reviewed by Hiker dee from Omaha on Thursday, February 7, 2013
I like a purse that is just big enough for necessities, not much more. This one holds what I need, and if I want to bring along the iPad, I can squeeze it in, too. It's pretty secure, because It doesn't look like a tablet case. It looks Ike a mini-messenger bag.
Reviewed by Too big for this bag from Columbia, SC on Wednesday, January 2, 2013
I should have read the description more closely to see that this bag is made to hold a tablet or netbook. It is the miniature version of a messenger bag, so it is the size of a purse. It appears to be very well made, but it won't hold a regular sized piece of paper or laptop. My fault for not reading the specs more closely, but it wasn't clear from the images that this is a scale model of a messenger bag and not full size so I returned it.