About Timbuk2 Shotwell Laptop Backpack
Closeouts. Padded in the back for comfortable carrying, Timbuk'2 Shotwell laptop backpack keeps your computer protected and accessories organized with a no-frills design featuring three-panel pockets and an internal organizer.
Specs about Timbuk2 Shotwell Laptop Backpack
- Pack material: Ballistic nylon
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: Molded foam
- Pack loading: Top
- Laptop compatible: Yes
- Laptop compartment fits up to: 15"
- Recommended use: Daypack,Cycling
- Dimensions: 20x11-1/4x5"
- Pack capacity: 1220 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 20L
- Volume liters: 20
- Weight: 1 lb. 8 oz.
- Fits torsos: 16 - 22"
- Made in Indonesia
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Jeff from California on Friday, July 19, 2013I have another Timbuk2 backpack, and love it. Used for work (computer) and as camera bag. I was constantly switching the gear back and forth, so decided to just get another, and purchased this one. It's not even in the same league as the first. The laptop compartment is internal, and has no additional padding. My other one is in the back, with a separate zippered, padded compartment. The bottom section on this on is useless if you have much inside the main compartment, and that sits "on top" of the section access with that lower zipper.
The materials also don't seem to be up to the same standard.
I guess the net net, if you're going to get a Timbuk2 bag, get one of the expensive ones.
Reviewed by Dunnamyte from Sacramento on Saturday, July 6, 2013I have owned a lot of Timbuk2 products over the years and always love their quality, durability, and inventiveness. This backpack is no different, sporting a range of pockets and an inside organizer to ensure a home for everything. I have read some reviews about the straps pinching the neck, but I do not have this problem at all (I have a smaller neck (15 1/2 dress shirt) but I'm a tall guy and not a small person). I think it's just a matter of adjusting the arm straps properly.
Reviewed by donmarquito from Austin, TX on Thursday, February 14, 2013I liked the look and profile of this pack but as soon as I put it on I knew it had to go back. The way it's constructed, the shoulder straps severely pinched my neck which made it very uncomfortable. Maybe if you have a really thin neck it wouldn't be a problem.