Waterfield Staad Backpack Review

The Staad Backpack from Waterfield almost looks like a piece of art. It’s beautifully designed (and functional as a mthrfkr!).

What I love first and foremost about this bag are the beautiful materials the bag is made out of. The leather and canvases used are just gorgeous.

Then there’s the thoughtfulness of the design decisions they’ve made. For many daily tech workers this thing has got the perfect amount of organization and elegance.

And elegant really is the word. It’s an elegant bag, you guys.



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