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- 100% polyester
- Cool flow air padding on back for comfort and cushion shoulder straps
- Easy access quick stash front pocket with super soft lining
- Padded laptop compartment and tablet pocket
- Front organizer neoprene organizer for all of your business needs
- Two side pockets for water bottles, etc
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Vizair provides superior laptop protection by using three air bumpers at the bottom and corners of the bag, your laptop can now receive the same shock absorption protection that runners have enjoyed in their footwear for years
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 17 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.75 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
- ASIN: B007UJ4TJ2
- Item model number: 48232
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 9, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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The size and layout of the pack are great for someone in school. There is plenty of space for books, folders, notes etc. There is also space for writing utensils and whatnot. One part I really adore is the gel padding at the bottom of the laptop compartment. It does a great job of protecting your laptop when you set the bag down. It prevents the laptop from absorbing the shock that it normally would from contact with the ground.
The pack was very comfortable to wear. The straps have ample cushioning and fit well. The back of the pack has a thick layer of padding that was very comfortable and breathable, which I enjoyed a lot.
My only complaint about the bag is that it tore apart pretty badly after about 1.5 years of use. I'll admit that I can be a bit rough on my backpacks, but at this price I thought it should be able to handle it. One of the straps eventually tore completely off, which I ended up using duct tape to repair. Then, the outer material started to tear along one of the zippers at the top, which eventually caused the zipper to start snagging and made the zipper break. At this point I couldn't use the bag anymore.
I wish it hadn't broken, as I really enjoyed the backpack. Unfortunately it was a bit too pricey for me to buy again (broke college student). However, I think the bag is great as long as you aren't too rough on it.
I was afraid this would be to small. Boy was I wrong, I wouldn't want it any bigger. For years I have been using a wheeled case for my computer and files. I fly a lot and have just about worn the wheels off it, expecting one to come apart any day. Looking around I saw 2 things Bose QC 15 headphones and a LOT of backpacks. Now that Every flight is full I have had a harder time getting overhead for my case and it barely fit under the seat. So I thought I would try a backpack. I liked the look of the Vizair and did not want a bulky one. When I put all my stuff in it I had room for more. With that said it is on my back so I did get rid of things I was schlepping all over the country. The computer compartment is padded all over and has a bunch of room. Pockets everywhere and well built. I am very happy I tried the Vizair.
My laptop has been secure in the bag; when I accidentally drop or kick the back, my laptop survives. The back of the backpack is heavily padded, and the bottom of the backpack is fortified with these plastic airpockets. My laptop is safe from ordinary days.
Those airpockets also help the backpack hold its structure when it is open. I hate struggling with a backpack that collapses when its contents are removed. While this backpack will tip over if it is front or rear loaded, it holds its structure, which makes accessing small pockets much easier.
As for fitting my small frame, well, I'm 5'2 (and a half!) with an average build. This fits comfortably on my back and doesn't look ridiculously bulky. But this is not a backpack just for the ladies! No! My husband borrows the backpack from time to time, and he enjoys its structure and fit. He's 6'1, average build. On him it looks like a casual backpack.
The only thing I don't like (but that has not forced me to buy another bag) is that the bag strains to hold all my stuff. I am a teacher, so I carry a large binder, one or two thick textbooks, and my laptop. That is a full bag. But I also carry a cosmetics case, dry erase marker, pens, rubberbands, binder clips, paperclips, packs of gums, wallet, phone, and lunch and/or dinner. This stuff all fits, but I have to carefully organize the bag to make it work. I often see the bag straining at the seams. I wish the bag had an inch more space.
That said, if you don't need to carry textbooks and binders, and if you don't have a huge laptop, this bag is a great choice. My husband loves to use it to carry his laptop and a few files.
I have used this backpack for a year and I have not had any problems with the construction; all zippers are holding, the straps remain intact, the stitching is strong. This is a very sturdy backpack, and it looks professional.
the only reason why i didn't give a 5 star it's because is missing some small pockets, like tumi does.. Nowadays, many of the item you need are very small, like a battery pack for a phone, business card holder, cables for the Cell phone, cord for the laptop, etc... it would be nice to hide these items in small pockets rather than looking for them inside a big one.
And it would have been nice to add a strap to keep the backpack attached to my Rolling carry on...
I am happy with the back pack and would probably buy again, or maybe choose something from the samsonite line.. like the Samsonite Luggage Tectonic Backpack.
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