Backpacks are bags that possess two shoulder straps which allow the wearer to carry the bag on their back. Backpacks are often associated as a student's must have school accessory for carrying books, etc from class to class.
High Sierra Computer Backpack Rugged, colorful luggage
March 20, 2013
Reviewer: outdoor person from Columbus, OH
I have not used this backpack, but found a use for it on my last trip. I was in the airport for 5 hours with a carry-on roller bag. I lugged that one roller bag around for all that time, then barely hoisted it to the overhead when boarding the plane. I could have used that smaller backpack instead for my books, etc., when waiting around. I have High Sierra luggage because it is more rugged for people like me, who is not the most careful person and tends to do hiking trips, etc. The matching duffel packs an AMAZING amount, especially bulky hiking boots. And I like the bright colors--easy to pick out on the luggage carousel. The new backpack will be the icing on the cake after boarding and during unexpected delays!
The North Face Cornice Very nice
March 12, 2013
Reviewer: Chan from MS
I am completely satisfied with this product. It has good quality and it is also good-looking.
Ful Brick House great bag for work
February 24, 2013
Reviewer: Anastasia from DC
Have carried this to work as a briefcase. It has proven to be very durable. Has handy pockets for everything. Love the one-shoulder design.
Airbac Premiere Best Travel Bag
February 22, 2013
Reviewer: Steve from NJ
I brought this bag for travel the best bag .
The Charlie Backpack Purse converts from a shoulder bag to
a backpack with a simple tug on the straps. This purse features Vintage Italian Leather, antique brass hardware, smooth ECO leather shoulder/backpack straps, an exterior back zipper pocket, the ...
Leave civilization behind without leaving your gear with our featherweight
Spire backpack. Weighing in at just over two and a half pounds and sporting a panel loading, 25 liter main compartment, you can pack in plenty. And its loaded ...