😎 Made of water repellent, tear-resistant, and anti-scratch polyester to protect your laptop from getting wet and ensure lasting durability.
😎 Dimensions: 16" L x 11" H x 5.5"W; Weight: 1.5 lbs. This travel rucksack has 1 roomy main compartment, 1 padded compartment fits up to 15.6 inches laptop and 1 iPad compartment, 1 internal zippered pocket for valuable items, 2 front zipper pockets to hold small accessories and 1 side pocket for water bottle or umbrella.
😎 This travel backpack has a hidden zipper and invisible pocket located on the back keep your laptop and other valuables safe and handy. If you travel frequently, both within the US and internationally, this backpack is the perfect match for you and your flight for a weekend away. Design is sleek and would work well in a business casual or leisurely context. You will be impressed with the variety of pockets this backpack has.
😎 From the look of the outside, there is a large zippered front pocket that is hidden behind the cross line visible on the front of the backpack in the picture. This pocket also includes some dividers for pens, a wallet, and other small items, as well as a generous open space - perfect for travel documents or things you want quick access to. There is also a small side pocket on the outside that would fit a phone or wallet nicely. The opposite side has an opening to fit a water bottle - the size of the opening seems right and will likely fit any normal size bottle.
😎 From the look of the inside, there are two sections to hold your electronic devices - one larger one for a laptop and a smaller one for a tablet. A book would also fit well here if you wanted to keep it separate from the open space of the bag. What would impresses you the most is the ability to have specialty pockets while still allowing ample open space to fit those larger, bulkier items. A lot of bags struggle with this balance, but this design nailed it here making the bag match almost any situation you might want to throw at it. There is another zipper pocket on the inside that stores additional items on the front side of the bag but from the inside this time.
😎 A big surprise for you and a huge selling point is that while the bag appears to be a top-loading bag - and it can be - the back of the bag can also open all the way around to give you quick, easy access to the entirety of the inside of the bag at once. So really they could have called it Top and Bottom loading backpack but they did not.