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Diaper Dude Messenger Bag

Diaper Dude Messenger Bag

As this Uncrate editor can attest, there are too few diaper bags geared for Dads. Most come in pink or paisley and feature long, purse-length straps, making for a difficult pairing with your T-shirt and boots. Reclaim your manhood with the Diaper Dude Grey Messenger II ($100). This messenger-style bag is made of durable polyester fabric, has a padded shoulder strap, a large compartment for baby stuff, and an additional internal pocket for Dad. Is that a cell phone pocket or a built-in insulated bottle holder? Only you will know.

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