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Don't go anywhere without your electronics.
The North Face Women's Surge Transit Backpack boasts plenty of electronic-specific pockets for tech-savvy commuters constantly on the move. Its myriad of storage options include fleece-lined pockets to protect laptops, tablets, smartphones, media players and more. Four additional zippered security pockets organize small valuables, and internal sleeves organize work, school, or flight papers. The North Face's FlexVent suspension system includes padded shoulder straps, a removable waist belt, and a moisture-wicking lumbar pad that ventilates all the way up the spine.
- Commuter pack for everyday use
- FlexVent suspension system offers breathable, padded comfort
- Fleece-lined laptop, tablet, media, and sunglasses pockets
- Water bottle pockets and bike light loops
- Q & A
Heavy but well built
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I was hoping this was going to be my go-to for a carry-on, but all of the zippers, pockets, compartments and padding make it too heavy. It's great for all of your electronics, but I would think twice before trekking too far with it. IMHO, if there was going to be so much padding, some of it should have been on the waist strap. It does balance well. I'll be looking for one will less weight for a carry on.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I bought this for my wife and she really love this bag, she said that her tablet and laptop fits perfectly, the bag have a lot of different sizes pockets with an soft cotton internal fabric, highly recommended.