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post #46 of 190
post #47 of 190
If you don't have to carry too much just get a nice messenger bag. I've got a Visconti that I've had for years and the more it gets beaten up, the better it looks:
post #48 of 190
depends on what you mean by stylish i guess. i really like the archival clothing rucksacks - built to last, in the USA, by a small shop.
post #49 of 190



best backpacks i've seen, but not cheap

Vsivim
post #50 of 190
post #51 of 190


Duluth Utility Pack
post #52 of 190
and once, long ago, there was the suede TOJ daypack: http://toj.pixi.me/v/backpacks/2r79id5.jpg
post #53 of 190
The backpacks posted thus far are not good

Allow me to assist.



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post #55 of 190
uhhh, duh

post #56 of 190
Trying to decide between a Herschel and a Duluth... :S
post #57 of 190
anyone have the Duluth Standard daypack? like it? looks pretty tough... http://duluthpack.com/school-campus/...-backpack.html
post #58 of 190
i own the duluth that i posted earlier so not same style but they are built to last... awesome quality and it fits a ton of stuff surprisingly i assume this can be applied to all the other styles as well
post #59 of 190
if i had the funds i'd get this: fits how i like to wear--sometimes on my back or sometimes just holding the handle mix/match http://assemblynewyork.com/mens/asse...ility-bag.html
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