If I wanted a more understated tech look for my daily carry, this is where I’d go.
It’s a delight to use this bag. Sits small and comfortably on the back, lots of tech organization, great feeling materials, and some space to fit your lunch, a sweater, and a book.
Besides that, the materials they use just feel really good. If you like the look and functionality on this bag, it can last you a loooong time.
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The Guide Pack from Tom Bihn is a bag geek's boner pill. It's classic design and exceedingly excellent manufacturing make it more like an heirloom than a bag. But this bag also performs great as a travel bag!
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