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Stylish and Functional Backpacks

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by dtgsigns, Oct 20, 2013.

  1. dtgsigns

    dtgsigns Senior member

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    I'm currently using this backpack. While it's very functional it's not too stylish. I've looked into everlane backpacks but they are way too small and flimsy.

    I carry 1 laptop, 1 textbook, and 2 binders with me.

    So I'm looking for a backpack that has:
    -size
    -back padding/support
    -under $200
    -looks stylish

    Any suggestions out there?



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    Last edited: Oct 20, 2013
  2. JodyHighroller

    JodyHighroller Member

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  3. dtgsigns

    dtgsigns Senior member

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    ^ yea agreed, Herschel is shit and only looks good if you're in high school.
     

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