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post #61 of 72
^You realize your third link is for womens bags? Still, the Over-sized Alexa may fit the bill for you.
post #62 of 72
Try to avoid backpacks and get a bag.
post #63 of 72
For the OP.
500
Go well with a suit I think.
http://item.tmall.com/item.htm?id=10762503775&prc=3
post #64 of 72
Lol that's for females.
post #65 of 72
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Originally Posted by Quadcammer View Post

I'd try experimental back surgery before I ever wore a backpack with a suit.Can you not hire a man-servant to carry your briefcase for you?

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A dreadful idea, their can be no valid reason not to use a proper brief case.

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Originally Posted by cufflinkedView Post
…Being in my age (mid 20s), I don't think it's that bad wearing a backpack with business attire, but I'd like an optimal solution, or at least the closest one.
I am also in my mid 30s. Backpacks are atrocious with suits, hands down. Do not do it.That said, Saddleback makes briefcases that can be converted to backpacks. Not the ideal way to wear them, but significanly better than a nylon backpack.

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I fully expect these dudes to put straps on a fucking steamer trunk next.

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to the mods: could we merge this thread with Reevolving's about cargo shorts ?? WTF ... baldy[1].gif
post #66 of 72
I recently did when it was raining as I needed a free hand if one is holding the umbrella.

So I used my Rapha Fixed Backpack - this is OK as it is water-proof & low in profile whilst able to carry my 15" MPB, camera & packable rain coat.
http://www.rapha.cc/large-rapha-backpack

Now I'm liking the freedom.

Though I do agree about people using larger backpacks on public transport.

But then I also use backpacks when travelling now.
post #67 of 72
The answer is no.
post #68 of 72
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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post



I fully expect these dudes to put straps on a fucking steamer trunk next.

Hey I like that one, looks rather steampunk. Probably would be good for travel, and looks like it would last forever. Definitely not suitable for use with a suit though.
post #69 of 72
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Originally Posted by JakeLAView Post
This forum is full of insecure salesmen who labor under the fantasy that carrying a briefcase makes them look important. It doesn't. Nobody cares how you transport your stuff to work. If a backpack is the only thing that works with your back, then use a backpack. There are specific brands mde for people with back problems, I'd try one of those.

Son, least it need to be said yet again, this is styleforum. Repeat it out loud if merely reading doesn't clue you in to the reality that the advice on this web site is advice based on style considerations. If you want to defend wearing a fucking backpack with a suit you should start up a blog or whatever it is that people do today.


The insecure salesman's nerve got touched.
post #70 of 72
yah i got the bag frm the first link. ok fine, link error watever.
post #71 of 72
Backpack with a suit? If you wanna look like a nerd, sure. In this case, however, I'd go for the real thing:

500

Looks best with bespoke navy pinstripe, white french cuff shirt shirt, and black cap toes.

P.S.: Get a bag with rollers if your back problems prevent you from using a normal bag!
post #72 of 72
I used one in my school days but mine was more like a manbag or briefcase with a strap but I wore it on the side one shoulder not as a backpack.
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