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Able Carry Daily Backpack Review

The Daily backpack from Able Carry is an affordable, sleek little bag for daily carry.

  • Compact size — nice and tight, possibly a little too compact for me, however, which is weird because other bags this size carry with plenty of space for me.
  • Solid organization — a nice collection of pockets thoughtfully placed.
  • Not my favorite feel — the fabric feels cheap to me to the touch… it’s solid fabric, won’t let you down, but it feels cheap to my fingers. Not a deal breaker for many of us.
  • Super affordable — for a nice looking bag with decent organization, this is about as cheap as they come.

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