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Denver Post Talks to Travelers About Keeping TAB on Board

Denver Post Talks To Travelers About Keeping TAB On Board

the-denver-postHere’s a welcome alternative to stuffing the items you’ll need while flying into the seat-back pocket in front of you (and yuck to what we have found inside those seat-back pockets). The TAB:Messenger SeatBack Pocket Organizer is an 11-inch by 10½-inch by 1½-inch-thick polyester shoulder bag that slips into the seat back pocket or hangs from your tray table legs via two included SnapStraps. The organizer contains six internal compartments, including a padded divider for a tablet computer or e-reader, and two removable insert bags for small essentials. The design makes for easy access to cables and headphones, magazines, toiletries, you name it. The Messenger’s gusseted sidewalls expand to nearly 5 inches, enough to accommodate your gear while fitting nicely into the seat-back pocket.

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