The second version of this bag is a welcome update, creating a much more stylish looking bag with plenty of organization for daily carry.
- Looks great — nice width/height/depth ratio, black on black, minimal aesthetic, doesn’t say too much.
- Great organization — Quick access, front pocket, internal tech org, main compartment org. There’s lots of org, and it’s all set up pretty solid.
- Converts well between backpack and briefcase — a lot of bags try to do this, but few do it this well. You can use the shoulder strap if you’d like, but I prefer just the handle.. looks better.
- Built solid — 1680D Cordura ballistic nylon, YKK zips.
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