Updated: Oct 7, 2019
Mission Workshop’s latest messenger bag employs elite military design and materials.
Mission Workshop is a boutique label that combines military tactical expertise, practicality and street styling.
Head of the design team, Jeff Roberts was co-founder and CEO of a manufacturer of advanced combat apparel for the world’s most elite teams, including the CIA, Navy SEALs, fighter pilots, snipers, SWAT, FBI, NASA and classified units that “officially" don't exist.
The label utilises this tactical knowhow in the creation of elite military-inspired gear and apparel for the street.
The Khyte is a messenger bag designed to keep gear dry, whether you are trekking in the wilderness or navigating the streets.
Like all Mission Workshop bags, The Khyte is built with two-layer weatherproof construction and it includes two strap options to give you the freedom to carry it as a cross-body messenger or as a shoulder bag.
The pockets are configured for optimum convenience in any EDC including a dedicated zippered laptop compartment, multiple general org pockets, a tricot-lined smartphone pocket, flat pocket for documents, key clip, and a large central main compartment.
For a limited time, when you order the Khyte, you will receive nearly $200 USD in add-ons FREE including the Arkiv® Tech Case and Deluxe Messenger Strap.
For added tactical adaptability, the front of the bag is equipped with three Arkiv® rails – Mission Workshop’s high-tec alternative to traditional tactical MOLLE webbing.
The Arkiv system allows for bag expansion and accessories to be attached. It features a new zippered tech accessory built especially for the Khyte, designed to hold items such as chargers, cords, pens and business cards.
Check out the following video on the Khyte.
Crafted from high-tenacity HT500 double-coated textile, magnetic Fidlock® V-Buckles, and virtually indestructible A&E Permacore thread, The Khyte may just be the new global laptop messenger benchmark.
The Khyte is made by hand in small batches in the USA and guaranteed for life.
For more information head over to Mission Workshop.