Picking a bag, backpack, or purse can make or break your trip. Thankfully more fashion brands are considering the technology we need to carry with us, and what kinds of pockets or pouches we might need for phones, tablets, laptops, batteries, and other electronics. Here are some quick tips on choosing the right pack for your adventure!
If you have a 15″ laptop, NutSac has you covered. The Sac Daddy is styled like our popular Satchel bags and has an open back magazine pocket, a padded back panel (to provide stiffness and structure), and a leather shoulder pad. Front flap magnets and leather strap closure keep the bag looking neat and sharp.
The Sac Daddy easily fits larger laptops like the MacBook Pro 15.
I love a good gadget bag! The folks at http://www.keeppursuing.com/ are wrapping up a Kickstarter round of funding to produce their new cross body bag the KP Sling. I’ve taken it out for a couple weeks. Is this the perfect bag to haul your gear? Let’s take a look!
I loves me a good bag, and I’m a big fan of Moshi’s design, having reviewed several of their phone cases. Their Venturo laptop bag is one of the most attractive tech bags I’ve ever had the pleasure of reviewing on this channel.
The North Face makes some of my favorite camping and hiking gear, so I was really looking forward to trying out their Surge II backpack, which was designed to tote around up to a seventeen inch laptop. How does an adventure gear company fare when making a laptop bag? Let’s take a look…
I’m a big fan of STM gear. They make stylish, trendy products which do a great job of protecting our gadgets and electronics. With the Drifter they’ve focused not on the boardroom look, but on crafting a durable and rugged pack for travelers. Let’s take a look at STM’s newest laptop backpack!
STM are making some of my absolute favorite tech bags right now. Durable, affordable, and with a colorful sense of style. After tackling the Blazer Laptop Sleeve and the Pocket Tablet Sleeve, it’s time to sit down with the Sequel laptop shoulder bag!