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post #16 of 22

Tumi still has excellent build quality but may be overpriced for what they are now. Another good brand is Briggs & Riley, which is very similar to what Tumi was some years ago. However I suspect their selection of backpacks may be smaller.

 

Maybe something like this:

 

http://www.briggs-riley.com/category/productDetail.aspx?id=Boost-Convertible-Brief_VB404&sec=business

 

Hoewver the Tumi styles are better in my opinion:

 

http://uk.tumi.com/family/index.jsp?categoryId=4331211&size=1000 

post #17 of 22
i'll won't speak to the appropriateness of a rucksack for work, but i got one of those makr rucksacks and the quality is great - leather ages nicely and the canvas is really durable (albeit a bit dirty)
post #18 of 22

If I had my druthers I'd get something like this, but preferably in Brown:

 

http://www.yoshidakaban.com/product/100057.html?p=s&p_lisize=30&p_lisort=

 

But for most things my Goruck Radio ruck works fine, or my Goldpfeil Brief, depending on circumstances.

post #19 of 22
post #20 of 22

sorry, but ewww.

to bring to a meeting?
post #21 of 22

The only Rucksack I've seen that I like is the one made by Filson. But I don't know if it's suitable for a work environment. 

 

post #22 of 22

A former associate of mine who owned a huge marketing business used to carry all his paper work to office meetings in an old Paddy Palin H-frame canvas pack (yes, holes and all). No one batted an eyelid; after all he was the boss earning around six million each year (early 1990's)!!! He was a classy dresser too.

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