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post #121 of 234
What would you guys recommend for a cheap-o-ish, durable, simple and light <$50 ideally uni bag?
post #122 of 234
a basic jansport should do i'd imagine. i had one throughout highschool. it held up well.
post #123 of 234
I'm with DarkSpoon there. Jansport's backpacks are very durable while not being too expensive. Mine's about 5 years old or so and it still holds up great.
post #124 of 234
I love my backpack Lowepro Transit.


post #125 of 234
Mystery Ranch Sweetpea is what I carry around all the time. I bought it intending to use it for hiking trips and long weekends, and that's where it really excels as it's just a little big for a daypack. Once I got it, though, I quickly took to using it around town all the time because it's so freaking comfortable. Nothing else fits properly or distributes a load as well by comparison.
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post #126 of 234
Just wen through this whole thread, some really awesome packs! I like the look of the Dueter, Booq and Dakine stuff the most.

Will probably get one around Christmas time to fit a 13 or 15 inch MBP, all uni stuff (books) + maybe a Canon T2i... am I looking too specifically?
post #127 of 234
I'm sure there are plenty of bags designed with Macbooks in mind, it's a lucrative market.
post #128 of 234
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I'm sure there are plenty of bags designed with Macbooks in mind, it's a lucrative market.
The Booq Python Pack seems actually rather perfect, although my luck was recently discontinued. So I don't like my chances of finding one in 9 months.
post #129 of 234
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The Booq Python Pack seems actually rather perfect, although my luck was recently discontinued. So I don't like my chances of finding one in 9 months.
I just Googled "Booq Python" and a few showed up on Amazon. Here is one entry.
post #130 of 234
the mystery ranch looks great, I almost got it, but it was too big for school.
I'm extremely happy with my granite gear, it's very comfortable.
post #131 of 234
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Mystery Ranch Sweetpea is what I carry around all the time. I bought it intending to use it for hiking trips and long weekends, and that's where it really excels as it's just a little big for a daypack. Once I got it, though, I quickly took to using it around town all the time because it's so freaking comfortable. Nothing else fits properly or distributes a load as well by comparison.
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Their 3-Day Assault is probably my next bag, either that or the TAD C.O.R.E. bags.

Brendan
post #132 of 234
What are those backpacks called that are basically diagonally positioned over one shoulder? Does their style have a name?
post #133 of 234
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What are those backpacks called that are basically diagonally positioned over one shoulder? Does their style have a name?
They're called "sling bags".
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post #134 of 234
I carry this Codi sport-pak everywhere...nice bag. The rubberized area around the small zipper at the top started to peel after about 8 months. It fits my panasonic CF-52 toughbook with ease. It still looks like new.
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post #135 of 234
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I just Googled "Booq Python" and a few showed up on Amazon. Here is one entry.
I live in Australia, Amazon isn't really an option. Thanks.
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