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Incase EO Travel Backpack (Black) fits up to 17" MacBook Pro
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- Padded back panels and shoulder straps with breathable mesh
- Main compartment expands 35% for overnight travel
- Triple coated weather-resistant front panel
- Padded sleeve fits up to 17" MacBook Pro
- MacBook compartment opens flat to easily pass through airport security
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|Color||Black||Black||Anthracite - Inco100270-ant||Black||Solid Black|
|Fabric Type||70% Cotton, 30% Polyester||Polyester||—||100% Nylon||840D & 900D Twisted Dobby Fabric|
|Item Dimensions||18.50 x 12.00 x 6.30 inches||21.65 x 13.39 x 6.30 inches||19.00 x 13.00 x 9.00 inches||19.00 x 12.00 x 8.00 inches||7.48 x 18.50 x 12.80 inches|
|Item Weight||2.08 ounces||3.63 lbs||2.20 lbs||1.72 lbs||1.81 lbs|
|Material||polyester/nylon||Polyester||840d ballistic nylon, nylon||Other||100% Polyester|
|Size||One Size||40L||Large||One Size||One Size|
|Size Map||One Size||—||—||One Size||—|
|Style||Incase Eo Travel Backpack||Flight Approved Travel Backpack||Laptop||Incase Icon Slim Pack||Laptop|
The eon travel backpack is a versatile pack that's ideal for overnight travel alone or as a companion piece with other eon travel bags. The triple coated front panel provides weather resistance while the padded back panel, sternum strap and shoulder straps allow for comfortable and stable carrying. A dedicated technology compartment features a padded sleeve that fits up to a 17 inch macbook pro, an ipad slip pocket, and smart organization for cables, chargers and other accessories. Even better, the tech compartment's butterfly design opens flat for quick and easy airport security screening. This allows you to keep electronics fully protected as your bag passes through the scanner, and eliminates the hassle of moving your devices to security bins
「Incase」は、「A better experience through good design(=グッドデザインを通じてより良い経験を)」をブランドの信念として1997年にアメリカ・サンフランシスコにてスタート。Apple社製品の収納・持ち運びに特化したアイテムを中心に、パソコンやスマートフォン、デジタルカメラ、オーディオプレイヤーと様々なデジタル・ガジェットのためのバッグやケースを展開している。また、様々なクリエイターと数多くコラボレーションしており、「Paul Rodriguez(ポールロドリゲス)」や「Ari Maricopolous(アリ・マルコポロス)」、「John Mayer(ジョンメイヤー)」などと共にそれぞれのシーンで活躍できるアイテムを発表してきた。・Paul Rodriguez(ポールロドリゲス)1984年12月31日生まれ。カリフォルニア州タルザナ出身。NIKE SBからシグニチャーモデルも発売された大人気プロスケーターでありワールドトラベラー。・Ari Maricopolous(アリ・マルコポロス)アムステルダム出身、カリフォルニア在住のフォトグラファー、映像作家。"SUPREME" のTシャツや壁面写真を手がける一方、インディペンデントなZINEや少部数のアートブック出版にも意欲的に参加して、世界各地のストリート系、アート系の若い読者層からの人気も高い。・John Mayer(ジョンメイヤー)シンガーソングライター。ギタリストとしての評価は非常に高く、若手ながらすでにエリック・クラプトンやバディ・ガイ、B.B.キングなどの大御所ブルース・ギタリストとの競演を果たしている。米Rolling Stone誌の2007年2月号で「現代の三大ギタリスト(The New Guitar Gods)」に選定された。
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I've only been using it as a daily commuter bag so far, but it's designed to handle weekend trips and I'm confident it will handle them very well. The center pocket has the mesh compartments you'd expect to see in a suitcase, and by unzipping one section on the outer body you can expand the center pocket. When expanded, it can comfortably fit a couple days worth of clothing and a pair of shoes, which is never a given when you have big feet.
The biggest gripe I have with it is that there's no external pocket for water bottles or coffee mugs. I bike to work and I don't love carrying my waterbottle inside the bag. Even without leaks, if you put cold water in like I do, there's always condensation on the outside of the bottle that will wet the interior of the bag. It's easily fixed with a mount for the bottle on my bike, but it'll continue to be a nuisance while traveling.
As a last note: the secondary color of the bag is neon green, which wasn't clear to me from the pictures. It's a little more attention-grabbing than I'd generally prefer from my backpack, but there are only a couple small spots of it externally, so as long as you keep the pockets closed it won't get any second looks at the office.
First, I need a bag that holds my camera gear for street photography (2-3 lenses + 1 mirrorless body). All camera bags does this job, but most of them is a overkill to me with too much padded space for camera gear and less organized space for other essentials, such as notebooks, books, kindle, Switch, chargers, cables, clothes... Or they are either not slick enough or too bulky for everyday use. That comes to my second need: urban daily carry. Taken those two needs together, I started looking into 20L bags that have a "thick" main compartment (4-5") so that I can fit a camera cub into it (I'm fine with no quick access to the camera cuz I use shoulder/wrist straps) and have a potential to expand since I also wanted to use the same bag for short urban travel so it needs to be able to fit a few clothes and a jacket. After 3 months of searching (with a $300 budget), I settled to Incase EO Travel Backpack.
1. Aesthetically great for daily urban use
2. Fits my essentials without expansion
3. After expansion, I can put clothes for multiple days in it.
4. Fits camera inserts in the front main compartment
5. It is lightweight
6. Love the spacious laptop compartment. I can fit my 15" MBP and its charger, a slim book, a traveler's notebook and a kindle in it.
7. Love the handles. Very comfortable.
To be improved:
1. Use better water resistant material, especially at the bottom. Zippers feel okay, but can be better. Clips are cheap.
2. Space organization is already incredible, but can be improved. e.g: i) in the front main compartment, all expandable mesh pockets are at the bottom and the space on the top is wasted. ii) make the front pocket (with the sleek horizontal zipper) big, into both the top and the bottom of the bag.
3. Lack of a waist strap. Should have a detachable one
4. Lack of a loop on the back to secure on luggage handles
5. No D ring. Please add some inside.
6. Lack of outside water bottle holder. Those large pockets in the front main compartment fit water bottles but it would be great to have a compressible one on the outside (like Aer Travel 2)
7. Add a small flat compartment at the bottom for rain cover.
8. Add a popular passport pocket on the back.
Finally, let's compare Incase EO with several popular backpacks so that you can see the pros of it:
vs [WANDRD Prvke 21]
Prvke 21 fits my need. Although it has a large camera compartment, other pockets and organizations are good enough plus it's expandable. Prvke is made out of good materials including YKK zippers. However, there is a critical point that made this bag an absolutely no to me: it is not an urban bag; you look like a traveler when carrying Prvke in a city. It is a great adventure bag.
vs [Boundary Supply Errant]
That bag is a rising star. Boundary made a successful Prima system and is famous for their "nipple clips". This new Errant pack is made out of insanely good material (I bought it so I know it) and is very comfortable. However, I discovered 2 biggest flaws of Errant 1) space utilization: pockets fight with each other for space. 2) CB1 camera cube makes it really hard to open and close the lid. It is a great backpack if you don't have the need to put cameras.
vs [Aer Travel 2]
Aer has better material and better organization pockets. However, it lacks a main compartment to fit camera inserts and I don't like the look when it's compressed (literally it doesn't expand/compress).
vs [Peak Design Everyday 20]
I'm a big fan of PD and have multiple their products. My major concern about the Everyday 20 is that you have to use dividers to separate everything and small things may sneak between dividers. For my EO, I throw all the chargers and cables into the upper zipped pocket in the clamshell-luggage-like compartment. Of course, it also cannot compete with the volume of expanded EO.
Incase, thank you for making this backpack. Please keep improving it and many of us will be happy to buy newer versions in the future.
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My only suggestion is that it needs an external water bottle holder it would a 5 star bag for sure.