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NutSac Satchel Pro

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For managing a few pieces of overflow gear when your pockets aren't enough, a full-on pack might feel like overkill. That's where a compact, easy-access bag like Satchel Pro from NutSac shines. It's sized just-right for carrying essentials too big for your pockets with the added bonus of looking stylish too. It features a durable classic waxed canvas and leather build that's timeless and practical.

The Satchel Pro is designed to carry your personal electronics such as the iPad Pro or the Surface Pro. At 4.5 liters in capacity, there's space left over for the rest of your EDC gear as well. The plethora of pockets and organizational space inside and outside of the bag expand its utility and let you carry more. And because the bag is surprisingly a lot more structured than your standard waxed canvas and leather bag, it's easy to pack your valuables and maximize the available space.

The attractive styling of the bag also belies its role as a carrier of your electronic valuables. With a more traditional and low-profile design, it doesn't stand out as an expensive target. Plus, the Martexin waxed canvas and full-grain leather construction add a significant amount of durability to the bag. You wouldn't want to throw the bag around with your breakable valuables in it because it lacks padding, but it can actually take some scratches and scrapes here and there. The waxed canvas construction also helps it stand up to the elements as well.

This American-made satchel lets you maximize your carry, and it helps you look good while doing it. When you search for the right bag to carry your small electronics, consider the NutSac Satchel Pro. You can learn more about the bag and grab one for yourself at the link below.

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i just can’t buy anything no matter what from a brand called “Nutsack” , maybe they never heard of Big Johnson feaux surfbrand , its not a winning strategy for longevity in branding , what are my grandkids going to be endeared when i hand i them down my old nutsack they always envied
"Thanks for the bag!" i think they would say. Although i haven't played with these bags they look like they will last.