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post #1846 of 3342
When will the new version of the weekender come out?
post #1847 of 3342

 

Tee, backpack, and bag: Everlane

CKC

Nudie

Svensson

 

I wish the Weekender had sturdier straps - I'm worried they might break all too soon.

 

The  snap pack needs some leather the botom to really make it a good investment.  It's sturdy as heck, but I'm worried that the bottom of the pack might be the achilles heal.

post #1848 of 3342
that's a lot of blue uhoh.gif

but it does not look bad icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Anyone else have a problem with the zip backup making their shirt ride up in the back?  Whenever I'm wearing a tee the bottom of the backpack grips it and pulls it up over my belt so the skin on my lower back is exposed.  I'll pull my shirt back down and six steps later it will get pulled up again.  I tried adjusting the shoulder straps but it didn't do anything. 

 

I can't figure it out.

post #1850 of 3342
my arc'teryx bag does the same
post #1851 of 3342
Buy longer shirts
post #1852 of 3342
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post #1853 of 3342
Quote:
Originally Posted by ASkin ANight View Post

Anyone else have a problem with the zip backup making their shirt ride up in the back?  Whenever I'm wearing a tee the bottom of the backpack grips it and pulls it up over my belt so the skin on my lower back is exposed.  I'll pull my shirt back down and six steps later it will get pulled up again.  I tried adjusting the shoulder straps but it didn't do anything. 

 

I can't figure it out.

 

that happens with all my backpacks

post #1854 of 3342
buy doublesided tape and tape your shirt to your ass
post #1855 of 3342

Tuck your shirt into your underwear

post #1856 of 3342
all novel suggestions on the tshirt riding up the back dilemma foo.gif
post #1857 of 3342
Wear your backpack higher instead of slouching (0)

it's not good for your posture/back and shoulders wearing it low.
post #1858 of 3342

Hold your backpack in your arms, or tie it to the top of your head.

post #1859 of 3342
lol sf to the rescue
post #1860 of 3342
stop using a backpack, buy a macbook air, white dockets writing tab, and a portfolio.

keep notes and docket tab in portfolio with a pen, place mackbook air on top of that and walk around with only that in your hand. That is what I started doing. smile.gif

okay so I am looking for a leather weekender bag, suggestions?
Edited by CalTex - 9/1/12 at 10:42am
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