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post #16 of 27
Check out http://www.crumpler.com.au they make some really nice/different laptop bags are held in very high regard down here. (that bag is holding a 17" mac book pro) --Wade
post #17 of 27
well, if i was ever at that point where i needed to upgrade my North Face bag which just does not want to die, the first company i'd take a look at is Filson: http://www.filson.com/product/index....entPage=family

-Jeff
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by Wade M
Check out http://www.crumpler.com.au they make some really nice/different laptop bags are held in very high regard down here.





(that bag is holding a 17" mac book pro)

--Wade

Which bag is that?
post #19 of 27
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Originally Posted by faust
Funny you say this and than post some of the most achingly boring bags I've ever seen in my life.

sorry, didn't know nicoritschel was looking for a backpack. maybe next time.
post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by nomovement
fuck a Bunch of jackspade and jcrew.

Hilarious, so when did you get your pink slip from JCrew
post #21 of 27
when I first started reading sf I'd see posts like "sorry I was drunk when I posted that" and I would think "who is drinking and checkin' out sf?".....now I know. whiskey makes poeple sassy.
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post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by nomovement
when I first started reading sf I'd see posts like "sorry I was drunk when I posted that" and I would think "who is drinking and checkin' out sf?".....now I know. whiskey makes poeple sassy.
What is a little Old Overholt Rye, or perhaps some Maker's Mark? Mmmmm
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by nicoritschel
Which bag is that?
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The Horseman
Here he comes, the One Horseman of the Packachips, ridin like the bend on an outdoor loo, he's got blowflies hangin from his cowboy hat to keep the champagne corks from buzzin in his eyes.

Compact 17' laptop & accessories, A4/Letter-size documents & magazines as well as daily essentials.

Works with 17" PowerBook & MacBook Pro

Use the main or side strap to attach an optional extra Thirsty Al mobile phone holder.

Water resistant 1000D Nylon shell & 420D Ripstop Nylon lining
Fully padded main & laptop compartments
1x external gusseted zip pocket w/ 6 pocket organizer
3x internal front pockets
Adjustable main strap with Quick Flick (TM) buckle
Removable shoulder pad with "Third Leg" stability strap
Clip & Velcro release flap

^^ THat's all the info on it from Crumpler (in the laptop bag section, obviously)

--Wade
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post #26 of 27
I have 2 messenger bags, both which take notebooks:

One is a Bottega Veneta black leather messenger bag which cost a few hundred bucks and I never use, and the other is a GAP one I bought on sale and I use all the time and I have used it while globetrotting and it has never failed me. Lesson? Save a few hundred bucks and buy the least expensive one that looks like it won't fall apart.

Jon.
post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
I have 2 messenger bags, both which take notebooks:

One is a Bottega Veneta black leather messenger bag which cost a few hundred bucks and I never use[...]

Wanna flip it? PM me...

EDIT: Nava looks a hell of a lot like Piquadro. Which I like...
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