Made in San Francisco

We are thrilled to welcome the first TSA compliant custom bag to our made in San Francisco lineup. We give you the Custom Commute Messenger.

We love its oh-so-sexy TSA compliance, padded compartments for your laptop and iPad, stretchy water bottle pockets, grab strap for easy lifting, beloved key fob for security, and many many pockets. And we love sewing them in San Francisco.

Commute factory

Often used for very serious business endeavors, we were not surprised that two of the first three custom Commutes made were all black.

Custom Commutes #1, 2 & 3 made in San Francisco on July 18, 2012
Custom Commutes #1, #2, & #3 Customized on July 18, 2012.

Things got slightly jazzier from there.

Custom Commutes #4, 5 & 6 made in San Francisco on July 19, 2012
Custom Commutes #4, 5, 6 customized on July 19, 2012

And then they got downright jazzy.

Custom Commutes made on July 19, 2012

Custom Commutes #7, 9, 10 customized on July 19, 2012

We love all custom bags, but this one may be tough to beat. USA, USA, USA!
Custom Commute made in San Francisco on July 18, 2012
See more custom Commute made by real people here.

Like our Snoop Camera Messenger, Snoop Camera Insert, and most recently, the Stork Diaper Messenger, the custom Commute was one of our community’s top requests. We really do listen.

Custom Commute launch on Facebook
Custom Commute Launch on Facebook
Custom Commute Celebration on Social
Custom Commute Celebration on Social

Thank you for shouting out what you really want — a custom Commute! Whether you go with basic black or cloak it in color, feel fantastic about carrying this made in San Francisco workhorse.

Comments

  1. Nikhil says:

    Do you know when the custom commute will be available in Large?

  2. Dan says:

    Absolutely – when will we be able to make custom commutes in large? Nothing would be sexier than the ability to customize a large Commute 2012. Also, I’d like to buy the baby changing pad from the Stork as a separate item – please. I realize you’re not asking, but If you’d like a whole host of ideas about how to make the Stork 2.0 a significantly more functional bag I have a list. Keep up the development, the changes are great!

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