Whether you’re a writer, photographer, or someone with a long commute to work daily, backpacks are the most efficient way to carry a full day’s worth of gear without having to fuss with annoying rolling bags or messenger bags that wreck your shoulder. They’re also a huge commodity, with thousands of tech backpacks, ranging from plain empty bags to more specialized options with dividers, pouches, and pockets galore. These are thethat cater specifically to tech.
Best Overall: Peak Design Everyday Backpack v2
Peak Design makes one of the most instantly recognizable backpacks around. The San Francisco-basedfocus equally on aesthetics and functionality. The result is a bag that many of us on the Android Central team use daily. The is available in 20L and 30L configurations to accommodate different body types and carry needs.
The design is the same on either size bag and starts with a magnetic latch on theand helps keep others out. Along with the rest of the pack, that flap is protected by a hydrophobic coating that from your electronics. There are four metal bars along the front that you can attach the magnetic latch onto to adjust the storage capacity of the bag, doubling as a security measure that .
Inside, there are several adjustable dividers that you can rearrange to fit your belongings perfectly, and the bag. The Everyday Backpack v2 is also covered in hidden compartments and expandable pockets that can hold everything from to small tripods. Peak Design even makes its specifically designed to fit in the Everyday Backpack’s side pockets.
Compared to the, the v2 brings with it a rounder, sleeker design with more flexible mesh compartments and smoother zippers that shouldn’t break nearly as often. The straps have also been upgraded with considerably better padding, and new magnets keep the luggage passthrough and straps tidy when not in use.
The Everyday Backpack v2 isn’t cheap by any means. But if you do a lot ofa durable bag that can hold up to regular use and adapt to your ever-changing carry load, it’s a worthwhile investment.
- Easily adjustable internal dividers
- Water-resistant coating
- Tons of hidden and expandable compartments
- Available in two sizes
- Plenty of theft-preventative features
- are overly rigid
- Expensive for a backpack