However: - While it says it can hold a 17" laptop, it could barely fit a thin-and-light 15.6" laptop within a thin sleeve, and does not fit my current (admittedly much bigger/wider than a Macbook Pro) 15.6" Acer Predator laptop.
It's also very comfortable—sporting a padded back area and two padded backpack straps with a chest buckle.As for my EDC, my priority was to have a bag that would fit my laptop inside a sleeve (for extra protection) and a full-size keyboard without bulging or putting torque/torsion on either.
I have a 2017 Macbook Pro 15" that rides in a padded sleeve (and within that, it's in a snap-on shell).
Really good college backpackWell designed compartments, backpack is not very big but all of the space ends up being utilized very well.
I have had bigger backpacks in the past where there is allot of room but you end up using maybe 60% of it.Backpack feels light on your back even when packed to the fullest.As far as space, I was able to fit a 15" laptop with charging cable, Ipad, 2" binder, 1.5" binder and one college book maybe 1.5" thick.
I used it for work for 4 months which is me traveling with it 3 times a week.
Probably started wearing after 3 Months.Update: In order to qualify for their warranty i have to pay for shipping costs and packing and it takes 6 weeks to get the bag back and you might not get it back if they determine they can't repair it.
Bought this since it was the one color I always wanted but wasn't available.
Looked around and saw it was for sale NEW or so I thought....
Overall this feels like a Sample and not a final finished NEW product.