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Details

  • Padded internal pocket fits upto a 15 in. laptop
  • Clamshell construction makes for easy packing and organizing
  • Interior zip pockets for quarantining smaller items
  • External grab straps

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Specs

Best Use Travel
Bag Style Backpack
Gear Capacity (L) 30 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.) 1830.71 cubic inches
Number of Exterior Pockets 2 + main compartment
Laptop Compartment Yes
Fits Laptop Size (in.) 15 inches
iPad / Tablet Compartment Yes
Carry-On Size Yes
Material(s) 600D Poly Non-P PVC
Dimensions 19 x 12 x 7.5 in. inches
Weight 2.82 ounces
Gender Unisex
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Travel Backpack! This may be the best one-bag carry-on travel backpack I've ever owned. While it's marketed as a laptop bag (and it certainly does that job well), it's also perfect for travel. The main compartment opens completely, like a suitcase, and is just big enough for a few changes of clothes and an extra pair of shoes. The laptop and front pockets are a good size and have plenty of space for all your gadgets, a journal, a guidebook - whatever you want to bring; it seems always to have a little bit more space. The bag itself is made of very sturdy fabric. All the stitching seems sound, and the zippers are very strong. The backpack straps are comfortable (though not as bulky or padded as a trekking pack's straps would be), and the bag is sleek and respectable in appearance. It's big enough to hold your stuff for a weekend or even a week if you're a minimal packer, but it's also small enough not to look ridiculous as a day pack or a daily carry laptop bag. While the bag is soft-sided, it's also stiff enough to hold its shape even when empty. I do kind of wish the backpack straps were removable or could be tucked away (to make it a little bit cleaner while carrying it as a laptop bag), but it's not a convertible bag - oh well, can't have everything.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice, durable, travel backpack... Great backpack, very durable materials, quality zippers & pulls. Looks great, very compact, professional looking. Used this bag for our one week vacation last week. Was my carry-on bag and worked out well. I brought it with us to the beach or other excursions we did and I was able to get all of my camera, mobile gear in it, plus a change of clothes. Lots of nice organizational pockets and the main pocket is great for larger items. Overall, I was happy to have it on my trip and plan to use it for daytrips or weekend get aways.
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Weekend Trips If you are planning a day trip, or short weekend getaway: this is the bag you're looking for. On my recent 2 day trip I was able to easily pack a full set of clothes (pants, shirt, socks, underwear), a light jacket, and rain jacket. I also had an 8" tablet, Nintendo Switch, Bose over-the-ear headphones, Goal Zero battery bank, wall power brick and various cables. On top of all that, and taking up about 30% of the interior, was a small slip-in compartment I added to hold my Sony DSLR, 5 batteries and various cables. The main compartment is basically 1 large hollow space, with no real organization other than a mesh zippered panel that keeps everything in place. Perfect for a clothing area, but if you plan to toss smaller, more fragile items into that space, you may have to plan how to keep them from banging all around. The front flap has all sorts of pockets, pen slots, zippered compartments. On the backside of the front flap is a long, full-length zippered compartment. Good for tall, thin items like papers, folders. The front side has another long, zippered compartment that I used to toss my passport, wallet, phone (probably not a good idea if you don't trust the area you are in). The backside of the pack has another full-length zippered compartment, for a laptop. I used it for my tablet instead and never felt it jabbing into my back as I walked around, due to the padding. The one drawback I found was the complete lack of any outside pockets to stash something like a water bottle. Now what it does have, and what I eventually had to make use of, are basically strap loops above and below each carry handle. I was able to find a water bottle with a strap, and used a carabiner to hook to the side of the pack. It kind of just wobbled around, and could potentially knock into things if you turn too sharply, but it got the job done.
Date published: 2017-04-02
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