Any university/schoolfags on? What kind of backpack do you use?
I've been using a jansport with a broken zipper for like 2 years now and it sucks. Looking for inspiration/recommendations on a new, nice looking backpack.
use a regular bag ive had for years. in the summer i kick around with one of those canvas bags that are like an alice pack. like the everlane snap in picture 2. but my grail bag would be the mission workshop arkiv. unless i find a really nice one like my canvas one for cheap, like a surplus one or something. ill cop that instead, i think it fits the aesthetic i try to go for better.
I just ordered the night series off amazon for 110 because I commute on a motorcye. Then I looked around and saw this and would've copped it instead. I call it a wash because this was 200 and I still had 90 left over to get a pair of ray ban boyfriends but this is still sexy as fuck.
Can someone i.d. this bag for me please I used to know it but I forgot.
Is anyone gonna comment on OP putting noko in subject and name line?
>I remember my first 4chan...
ii-se makes pretty dope daypacks. had mine for a year now and its holding up pretty nicely.
I use a Timbuk2 Showdown daily for school. 23 litre volume and nice amount of pockets.
Also has a separated main compartment w/ pocket organizer and a separated laptop compartment that's already padded and lined with some fur-like stuff.
Picked up one of these cuz I got a good discount on them and it has a nice sleeve that fits my laptop perfectly.
I use a Cote et Ciel Isar. I got it on sale during black Friday, medium size. I love it, I thought they were over hyped but I can tell now that they aren't. The quality is evidently a few notches above any other bag I've ever seen. Will cop again when this one dies if it ever does
You guys think I can sharpie that white zipper thing navy so it doesn't stand out?
I just got this one for 15$, looks better irl, a nice jet black. And cheap as fuck.
>>9457673 (I posted this)
no problem. keep researching. I used to use an ALITE Designs Kochiba, but it's Cordura was too thin, so water would just leak in.
This is pretty good. I can fit 5 marble notebooks, 1 spiral 5 subject book, a medium sized text, 3 page flex binder, Macbook Air 13", and a bunch of other stuff in it.
And I just love the organization. I carry multiple colored pens and a fountain pen, as well as other stuff like chargers and toiletries.
Backpacks are for children or for yuppies in Europe.
Get a messenger bag. Either one that hangs at the hip or slings across the back. It's got great support, more room, and tighter style. It also means you can carry more storage on your person if you need to for some other reason, like camping or whatever.
i typically go about my daily business with a grey ghost gear stealth operator pack. it's a pretty good pack made by a tacticool gear company and won't run you broke, and doesn't have obscene amounts of molle webbing all over it.
Mine from this year, got it for 20 bucks at Burlington while it was 65 online. Pretty based.
>Shitting on backpacks
>And proceeding to praise messenger bags
Nigger if you had recommended a nice briefcase with a shoulder strap I would have backed you but fuck off with your faggot special snowflake shit.
>TFW rocking a plebeian name-brand backpack and can't move up to a nice briefcase due to them costing upwards of 600 dollars.
I have a Cote&Ciel Isar Rucksack. It's pretty nice, I've had mine for a year now and it's held up pretty well. I take it everywhere. It can look wierd with too much stuff in it and can be uncomfortable, but I like the way it looks and it's got a nice section in the back for a laptop and papers and whatnot. It's a bit spendy but I think it's worth it.
I've got the ash one, had it since they first came on the market. I love it, but the shoulder strap is starting to rip a bit.
Beautiful materials which have aged really nicely over time but if I had my time again, I think I'd just go for the Fjallraven one in black. >>9457464
OP go for the Fjallraven one. It's super durable and a decent shape, drawback is every hipster owns one
Ortlieb, it's only 80€ too
but fairly normcore. depends on how you wear it
This is the one I use. It's not really /fa/, but it has two compartments and fits all of the shit I carry around with me every day (school stuff and gym clothes). It's also pretty comfortable.
Wanted room for the laptop and my clothes in case im going to the gym after college
Had this bag for years.
It's falling apart now, rip. Gonna be hard to find something new I like. Everything seems either too tech/fancy or too simple.
I've gotten this recently. Is alright, sometimes I feel like it's a little too big.
I've had my eye on this one for a while, all their stuff looks pretty good to me
Looks really plain and square. I actually like the zign ones more.
If you just want something that looks like that with the 2 strap, just get a Herschel bag like every other high school student
The leather on the straps gets wrinkly as it ages (I've had mine since summer). I'm not any sort of leather expert, but I don't think it looks that attractive when you look at it closely.
The button/washer thing on one of the straps on mine turned loose like last week and it unbuttons itself all the time.
But I can't complain really, it's a great backpack for the price and I would totally recommend it
I think I bought this around September last year.
Holding up well for the price.