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.
Other Bags to Check Out:
A classic daypack with plush and delightful materials and designs and some extra room for whatever kinds of bulky things you may need to carry.
Ok, these bags from Nomatic are chock full of pockets. There are 2 different bags: the Travel Pack expands up to about 30L, perfect for short trips and minimal travel. The Backpack is 20-24L daily carry. Both are very sleek and, like I said, so many pocketzzz!
The Velo backpack from Rickshaw Bags is an awesome, simple bag that comes in a few different sizes.
The Atlas Executive Holdall from Waterfield is an excellent large-ish capacity shoulder bag designed to help you shift seamlessly from tech gear to gym gear.
The Weekender Meeting bag from North St. is an excellent little slimline daily carry bag. Built by hand in Portland, OR, with great materials. Attaches to the larger Weekender Travel Bag.