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Product - Mosiso Laptop Shoulder Bag for Product - iBenzer Product Title iBenzer The Incase Icon manages to fit an almost absurd amount of organization and storage into a bag that maintains the clean lines of a more refined backpack. It even looks and feels great when paired with a blazer, as we did for a day while lugging stuff to and from coffee shops. The Icon is as ergonomic as it is organized, too. A sternum strap, excellent back padding, and thoughtful adjustment points on the shoulder straps make the Icon comfortable to wear even when heavily loaded.
The large number and array of pockets allow you to load a huge amount into it. Even with all of this there was room to spare. The thoughtfully placed padding distributes the load well and means that even after a long day of lugging around a laptop, notebooks, books, and various accessories, the Icon will still be relatively comfortable to wear.
But given how much it can hold, the Incase Icon looks clean, sharp, and well-formed. By our count it has 21 pockets and sections—enough for anyone who needs to take their office with them. Everything, from pens to keys to tablets to headphones to smartphones, has its place.
Stockton finds the hip-level triangular pouches particularly helpful for storing stuff she wants handy—such as a public-transit card or keys—when her outfit lacks pockets.
The Icon has a dedicated laptop section that can hold a laptop as large as 15 inches. But the bag also has a second dedicated compartment, reached from the side of the bag, just for holding tablets.
Add to that a faux-fur—lined pocket for your phone, in addition to pen holders, a key clip, and miscellaneous pockets of varying sizes and seal types, and you have individual locations for everything you own.
Flaws but not dealbreakers: The shoulder straps, while comfortable on my 6-foot-2 frame, are not for everyone. A 5-foot-2 tester found that they hit her neck uncomfortably high, hit her lower back awkwardly low, and were too wide. Both of these features also set it apart from the similarly slim, otherwise well-designed Incase City Compact. Both tall 6-foot-2 and short 5-foot-2 testers were able to use the Division for an entire day without it feeling awkward or uncomfortable.
So if the Icon seems a bit huge for you, either full or empty, the Division makes a sensible—and slightly more affordable—alternative. Unfortunately, the Division does lose the useful hip pockets that the Icon has, which are handy for stashing headphones or a bus pass. The Booq Cobra is a sleeker alternative to the Icon, but lacks some of the design refinement.
Unlike the Icon, the Cobra and its more affordable sibling, the Boa Squeeze , which is made of different material was designed as a curve as opposed to a rectangle. This shape trades off some capacity and the ability to stand upright for a reduction in visual bulk.
While not quite as pocket-heavy as the Icon, the Cobra still has more than enough for most people, and it includes nice touches such as an elastic strap in the corner of the laptop section to keep the laptop anchored, and a clip-in dongle for your key ring. The heavily padded and well-ventilated back is very comfortable, even when fully packed with the same load I put in the Icon. I wore the Cobra over the course of a warm and sunny day that included walking multiple minute stretches.
While the Cobra looked good paired with a casual blazer, its stiff straps partially pulled my blazer off my shoulders when I tried to take off the backpack. Whether this happens to you will depend on your jacket, but you can expect issues with more stiffly structured garments. A shorter tester also found that it sat much more comfortably on her back without digging into her neck the way the Incase Icon did.
She also said the Cobra ended in a more pleasant place on her mid-back. And it all fits in a package that looks professional enough to blend in at most workplaces. The Pivoter solves this by putting a fully featured laptop bag with an integrated sleeve and organizer in the compartment closest to your back, and a cavernous, duffel-like compartment that swallows clothes and shoes on the front.
So while your work and workout stuff are kept separately, they still carry together harmoniously. The padded back has an air vent running down the center to help prevent back-sweat build-up too. The Pivoter is also a great value: The most important characteristic of a single bag for gym and work is whether it keeps your stinky, wet gym clothes and shoes separate from your expensive electronics.
The Pivoter handles this task expertly: The compartment worn closest to the back lets you slide a laptop as large as 15 inches into a padded sleeve, and a front compartment zips open in a D-shape—like a duffel—to hold clothes and shoes.
Facing the laptop sleeve are a pair of pen-sized pockets and two square pockets one solid, one mesh for keys, lip balm, wallet, phone, sunglasses, earbuds, and the like. While you could get this type of organizer on the Tom Bihn Smart Alec , you would have to pay extra. The color scheme of the one I tested would be a little casual for some professional settings, but The North Face offers plenty of color combinations, including basic black on black.
This backpack is more appropriate for an office setting and has three compartments to keep laptops, clothes, and shoes separated. This is essentially the Duffel Pack 2 for people with a smaller frame, so it has a bit less space and fewer organizational touches. The Duffel Pack 2 from Aer is the grown-up, minimalist version of the laptop backpack for work and gym.
Its sleek exterior is made of tough, 1,denier Cordura ballistic nylon in black or heather gray , and the Everything that we put in the Pivoter easily fit in the Duffel Pack, as well. The expandable water-bottle pocket on the side can fit even a large Nalgene bottle, and an elastic strap keeps the bottle from falling out. Compared with the original Duffel Pack we previously recommended, the Duffel Pack 2 offers some welcome organizational improvements.
The laptop pocket now has several small accessory pockets, including a zippered mesh pocket for small items. A new quick-access pocket at the top of the bag can hold sunglasses, a smartphone, and gym and metro passes—even a boarding pass. And just above the water-bottle holder is a small, zippered pocket for keys and a wallet or other similarly small items. The newest Duffel pack also has improved shoulder straps that are more comfortable in the chest area.
It uses the same overall design, with a rear compartment for your laptop and other gear, a clothes area on the front, and a dedicated shoe compartment on the bottom. But the Fit Pack 2 is several inches shorter and holds about 25 percent less This is the best way to go if your workouts regularly include hoops, soccer, or volleyball. The main compartment—accessible using a wraparound zipper that lets you expose almost the entire compartment—holds shoes and a change of clothes; and a nicely padded inch laptop sleeve positioned against your back is accessible without opening the main compartment.
The entire bag is made of durable nylon with a thin layer of padding, and Incase includes a nifty rain cover you can pull over the bag when the weather gets bad. And if you leave your ball at home, the main compartment can expand to fill that space, so you can carry even more clothes and gear.
A large zippered compartment on the front of the bag hosts two smaller zippered pockets, two elastic pouches, and an open storage area on the bottom. When the bag is hanging in a locker, the front of this compartment can hang down, making it a convenient place to store toiletries.
Each side of the bag has a large mesh water-bottle pocket. Because it can hold so much stuff 25 liters, including a basketball , the Sport Field Bag is a large bag. This bike-ready, water-resistant pack holds a lot and keeps it all organized.
The Thule Paramount 24L Daypack is a well-rounded package of durability, weatherproofing, looks, and features. You can also buy the Paramount in and liter versions, though those are only available in black. The front pocket of the Paramount provides a variety of pocket types for your smaller gear and accessories: The side handle on the Thule makes it easy to hoist a heavy bag onto a security scanner, or just off the ground.
A separate sleeve just below the laptop compartment holds a tablet, or, if you like, a power brick. The front compartment is a smart array of open, mesh, and padded spaces for your gadgets, cables, and other daily essentials. The roll-top and front-most zippers are shielded from water, but the front compartment could, if truly soaked, let some water in.
We tested all the bags in this category by stuffing them with paper towels and spraying them with a sink hose. We think the Paramount looks good, with a good shape both loaded and empty and nothing too ostentatious on it. But the Thule logo is prominent on the front compartment, and it comes in only two colors, black and red. You mix and match four weather-resistant colors black, white, blue, and gray of laminated polyester to style every panel and the trim of the Prospect just how you like it.
The Prospect has Velcro-latched slots for a inch laptop and a tablet or phone inside, with external access through a zipper at the top of its back panel. Timbuk2 offers a lifetime warranty on its backpacks and repairs for problems outside normal wear and tear. The Sanction holds a lot and looks good doing so, with a heavy-duty waterproof lining. The Mission Workshop Sanction is a sleek, tough bag that can fit a lot of gear and keep it all dry.
If anything breaks due to a defect in the bag, Mission Workshop will repair or replace it and cover the return shipping. If you carry a lot of large stuff around plus need protection from serious rain, the Sanction can easily be worth it to you. Few backpacks are as comfortable, durable, and versatile as the Synapse 19, which switches effortlessly from a day pack to a laptop pack. A few months ago I switched to a newer Synapse 19—which has a few minor design tweaks compared with my older Synapse—to test it for this review.
The bag has a rugged, abrasion-resistant Cordura exterior, with a lighter but still tough Halcyon nylon interior and water-resistant YKK zippers.
You can slide the sleeve out of the backpack—say, at a TSA checkpoint—without detaching the sleeve, or easily remove the sleeve completely. For more capacity, Tom Bihn offers the Synapse 25 , which is the same design as the Synapse 19 in a size that offers 30 percent more volume and can hold larger laptops. The back padding is also traditional-backpack flat, so your back can get sweaty in hot weather—although the mesh padding does help.
And, of course, the Synapse is more expensive than many nylon backpacks, especially if you add the price of a Cache sleeve for your laptop or tablet and a Freudian Slip organizer.
Even better, you may never need to use that warranty. If most laptop backpacks feel huge to you, or if you just want something small and light, the Prime is perfect. Not everyone wants to lug their entire office around—or wants a backpack big enough to let them.
But that means it will fit better on smaller frames, and provide a lighter and more comfortable load for everyone: Instead, the Prime fits your inch laptop and necessities—15 liters worth in all—including some other electronics gear, glasses or sunglasses, two water bottles, and a sweater or jacket.
Despite its small size, the Prime provides great protection for your computer. The side of the bag that rests against your back is rigid, giving the built-in laptop sleeve some structure though two plush pads against your back help with comfort and ventilation. The laptop sleeve itself is both nicely padded and suspended away from the bottom of the bag like a sling, while the bottom of the bag is also padded to protect your other gear if you drop the bag.
The exterior of the bag is made of tough, water-resistant, denier dobby nylon. The shoulder straps are comfortable, and you get a thin handle on top for those times you want to carry the bag at your side. The Prime also looks nice, thanks to an uncluttered design and a nice range of available colors: For a small bag, the Prime has a surprising number of organizational features.
The laptop sleeve hosts a padded pouch for a tablet or ebook reader up to a Finally, two water-bottle pockets, one on each side, are made mostly of the same rugged material as the bag, but have a strip of elastic mesh that lets each pocket securely hold an umbrella or expand to fit a ounce water bottle.
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