In need of a good quality laptop backpack, preferably nothing too edgy/wild.
Nothing too expensive since on a budget. Any suggestions /fa/?
Needs to carry a 15'6 inch laptop. Possibly a book or two + notebooks and shit. Something that also had extra space for otherstuff while the laptop is in.
Range possibly £80 or under. Can't spend alot at this point in time.
Style: Black possibly minimalist or something that works well with most fits. I want it to be efficient but look good too.
I'd recommend you check Burton, dude
With your price range they're gonna be a good bet without looking super pleb-y
This one is made with sturdy fabric and is well designed
Well below your price limit
Well I have a north face bag and am not thrilled with the quality. Their bags look great though
I've heard good things about Patagonia's quality but their bags are ugly
Personally I just spend more on bags, man. You're gonna be hard pressed to find high quality fabrics, large bags, and sturdy build on a budget, unless you're buying with end of season sales from a high end retailer
Basically look at the following retailers: Chrome (read the item description carefully to prevent buying an inferior quality bag, cuz they make em), used Mission Workshop, Topo Designs from third party retailers (they do not have sales ever....ever), or one of Mystery Ranch's "urban line" bags. Don't know the laptop capacity but their bags are very highly regarded and the urban line is reasonably priced
Thanks, I really like Topo and mission though yeah being in uni limits my budget. Where would I get used mission bags from? I'll check these out though and see.
Pantagonia is well priced but yup, really ugly. I'll look around, thanks though.
Use this, love it. One issue, wish the laptop was stored against your back, for a flatter fit on your back. But is durable and big. Crumpler Heist