Reviewed by ana from New York City on Sunday, April 15, 2012
I had been carrying my computer in a tote bag every day, which was getting ro be really painful in a specific place on my shoulders. I am so happy to have this backpack--I don't think it's overstating to say it's revolutionized my life. I no longer feel entitled to sit down on the subway because of ...
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Reviewed by Little Mama from Portland, Maine on Tuesday, November 05, 2013
I really love the orange color! Durable, doesn't look like everyone else's pack (an important consideration for me at least). Plenty of room in front pocket for wallet, keys, sun glasses, phone +. Then the large compartment works perfectly for carrying water bottle, big pashmina scarf, notebook, camera, snacks and a diaper/small wet bag for the babe.
One star off because it sits a bit high on my 5'3" frame and grazes the back of my head. Shoulder pads are comfortable enough- I don't find them stingy for my moderate/light use.
Reviewed by Dogmom from Mill Creek, WA on Friday, September 20, 2013
Haven't used it yet, but I plan to use it for day hikes and beach walking with my dog. Plenty of room for water bottles, food, essentials and extra clothing. Nice khaki color. Seems to be very well made and well-designed.
Reviewed by Matt from Washington on Thursday, July 11, 2013
I really loved the simple look of this pack so I ordered one. I also based my decision on the fact that the sizing said it fits a wide range of torso sizes. When it arrived I was so excited. The pack looked great, the material was really nice, the overall size was perfect, but... It did not fit my torso. I measured my torso and I fit within the advertised range. To say the least I was very disappointed to have to return this item and lose money on return shipping for a product that was falsely advertised. Don't buy this unless you are much shorter than I am (6'3"). I'd say this pack would fit little kids and adults under 5'5" with a short torso best.
Reviewed by midwesterner from Columbia, MO on Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Nice, simple backpack for city commuting as well as for outdoor activities. Straps are heavily padded and comfortable. There is no waist strap; however, the relatively small size of the backpack limits the weight one might be carrying so waist support is probably not essential. This pack is sturdy yet attractive--particularly good for women.