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Marc Madnick

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Whether you are commuting to class, work, or traveling to a whole new country, you want to have the right equipment to make any commute feel like a breeze. There are certain qualities you want any bag to have, for example, you want it to be comfortable, light, durable, and be the perfect size to hold all your essentials. In addition, you want your bag to reflect a little bit of your unique style. Are you the type of person who likes leather? Or do you prefer nylon? Are you a minimalist? These are all questions you have to consider when looking for the perfect bag. Once you have decided on the ideal travelling companion, maybe there are some other items you might want to keep inside at all times. MacDirectory 89 GuIDe for the smart commuter The minimalist rough rider from sf Bags is perfectly suited for your everyday carrying needs. This messenger bag is sized for 15 inch laptops and it has a cavernous main compartment that will easily fit a sweater, laptop, umbrella and whatever else you might need. Rugged thick heirloom quality leather construction will age and whether beautifully and will probably outlive you. Two large canvas interior pockets and two padded outer pockets will comfortably carry and protect your devices and general clutter. A soft leather strap pad is easy on the shoulder and the tough nylon strap adjusts easily. If you need a practical rugged and classic looking bag without hundreds of organizers and pockets, this simple offering from SF Bags is a sure bet. The VertiGo 2.0 Laptop Bag is the newest addition to the SF Bags family. They like to call it a "lightweight champion" and we agree. It's ideal for any commuter because although it can hold a lot of contents, it will never feel too heavy on your shoulders. Unlike the Rough Rider, the VertiGo is taller than it is wide. It's a very functional bag with zippered pockets, and other open pockets which provide easy access. It comes in three sizes and various color and texture combinations. It's ideal to carry small laptops, iPads, and other tablets. The wide straps are fully adjustable and made from a thick durable nylon ready to withstand any commute. for more information visit Travel in Style By THAddEuS rAzdow

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