Have a laptop or tablet? Whether it’s running from one business meeting to another or touring with Levina Lye, one thing holds true. I need to be able to bring my essentials with me.
The Griffith Park backpack from Case Logic comes handy for me in a lot a ways. It has several pockets that allows me to organize everything from cables, lenses, flashes and more.
Durability is also a factor when moving through the concrete jungle. The last thing I want is a broken strap. Fortunately, the backpack is well constructed so I can focus on more important things like navigating the subway to reach my destination on time.
Beyond that, it so comfortable to wear and the design distributes the load evenly without compromising movement.
- Full electronics capacity with dedicated pockets that fit both a 15.6″ laptop and an iPad® or tablet
- Roomy compartment features organization pockets for connected tech users and integrated key fob as well as space to store your daily essentials from notebooks to a change of clothes
- Plush-lined, top loading pocket on backpanel keeps phone quickly accessible yet secure between backpack and user
- Soft air mesh padding and lightweight contoured foam backpanel with airflow channels create a cool and comfortable carry
- Transition pocket on the bottom provides a convenient place to store bulkier items, such as a power brick during the workday and a jacket or bike lock in your leisure time
- Adjustable sternum strap provides security and comfort
- Front stash pocket allows you to easily retrieve or store frequently used items and secures closed with adjustable, quick-release clip
- Large side pockets provide additional storage for accessories and unzip to fit a water bottle
- Sturdy lash point for carabiner attachment
- Strap management system keeps excess strap material rolled up, secured in place and out of your way