If you’re like me, always on the run, having to carry laptop, keys, clothes, cables, and basically “life on your back” every day, then you have probably found yourself puzzled at the lack of good backpack options.
I mean, let’s admit it, most backpacks out there look like an unsuccessful marriage between “John Rambo goes to the jungle” and “literally a tupperware with straps.” But I’m here to save the day – or so I’d like to think.
Ladies and gentlemen, after extensive research, here are four backbacks that look good, and do the job. Enjoy.
The Minimalist’s Backpack
Baron Fig is a minimalist’s dream. While it looks small and cute, it can hold your whole life. This backback opens flat, creates an instant workspace, and has swing pockets for easy access. Check, check… and check. Get $10 off using this code.
If you’re willing to sacrifice just a tiny bit of style to make up for extra protection against pocket thieves, then thank me later. Relieve yourself from the added stress of crowded commutes, with this anti-theft backpack. Have I mentioned it’s waterproof as well? Get it here.
Simple & Durable
Named after the arctic fox, a small predator native to the Swedish mountains, Fjällräven has been devoted to innovative design, smart functionality, and durable gear, for more than 50 years. This is Foldsack No.1. Simple, beautiful, and will handle the weights of everyday life. Make it yours, here.
Not A Backpack, But A Sleeve
I know it’s not a bag per se, but hey, it can go in a bag! This fantastic laptop sleeve by Topo Designs, comes in sizes, and it has a Cordura® heavy-duty nylon shell which is durable and water-resistant – should you decide to carry it on its own. Get it here.
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