3 Way Briefcase Expandable

SKU: WS19 3 Way Briefcase Expandable
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Convertible, expandable laptop bag for organized everyday carry.

With new refinements for Fall ‘17, the 3-WAY offers a convenient range of carry methods – briefcase, backpack, or shoulder carry. Featuring a large, central compartment, this versatile briefcase can be expanded via a compression zipper. A Rip Zip opening gives you ready access to detail pockets. A dedicated, padded sleeve fits laptops up to 15”. And there are various other accessory pockets.

  • These bags feature the same design principles and durability that MYSTERY RANCH is known for and are built to survive the harshest commute, wherever that may be.
  • Zippered main compartment has multiple accessory pockets to organize your daily kit
  • Expandable zipper provides five extra liters of storage – zips out of the way when not needed
  • Front rip-zip accessory compartment has magnetic locking buckle to secure contents when you’re on the move
  • Fully cushioned backpack straps tuck away in a dedicated compartment when not in use
  • Removable shoulder strap stores in a dedicated, interior pocket
  • 500D CORDURA® fabric
  • YKK® zippers
NameUPC Code
WS19 3 Way Briefcase Expandable-Black888564165355
WS19 3 Way Briefcase Expandable-Galaxy888564178812
WS19 3 Way Briefcase Expandable-Multicam888564178829
WS19 3 Way Briefcase Expandable-Coyote888564178805
DUNS Number:059122783
2.6 lbs
1343 cu-in
17"x12"x10"; Expanded: 17"x12"x12.5"

The results are in
4.3 / 5
Based on 18 Reviews

Perfect Bag.... but


Extremely good bag. Plenty of space to carry around anything you need for EDC and then some. My only complaint is the strap for the bag if you carry it messenger bag style. The plastic clips squeaks quite a bit as you walk. I have not found anything yet but trying to do some research on a replacement strap that would have metal clips. Fixing that would make the bag perfect in my opinion. It's not terrible to start but it gets old after a while.

Best. Bag. Ever.


A friend gave me this bag and it’s my all time favorite. It can fit a surprising amount of gear, it holds my computer securely, its lightweight, and I like how easy it is to access everything. This bag beats backpacks because things are so easy to access.

Ruggedly Handsome


I have been using this as a messenger bag (primarily) for a couple of months now, and am very pleased with it. This is a rugged piece, and very serviceable. Although this is more structured than I am used to, access through the top is a big selling point for me. The number of pockets inside are great feature.

Why did I wait so long for you? Simply fantastic.


I use a Dell Precision 3520 laptop for work, also carry around a large planner, 2 large books for the CFA exam, various items such as 2 phones, a Surface Pro 4, the lptp charger, a couple of bound Black & Red notebooks, various folders with work and personal stuff. The bag handles it easily.

I was concerned, that the front magnet/flap was a bit gimmicky, but lo and behold it's functional & easy.

The laptop is snug when putting it in the padded pocket, however it's nothing that causes me concern once it's closed. There is plenty of protection in the compartment where the padded sleeve is so I could probably use that instead then put the Surface in the padded pocket. You'll need to measure your laptop (as said in prior reviews). MR should consider adding a little more wiggle room in the next version if that's possible.

No concerns about backpack straps load bearing capacity. They stow very easily. When expanded briefcase handles are still easy to use.

Unboxing: Greatest Bag!!!!!!!


You can not go wrong with this bag! My favorite and probably the best briefcase of all time! The only things I would change on the bag is the front pocket, wish the zippers came all the way down to the quick release magnet. Also the shoulder strap connecters/clips and rings that those connect to seem to be really cheap plastic (hope these do not break). But over all GREAT! Will do another review on how it holds up once I deploy on a fire assignment.