Your backpack is your mobile office. Your computer, papers, books and extra clothes. Imagine the sky darkens and starts to pour rain. Water drips through a slightly opened zipper or bleeds through the fabric. What's your first thought?
"Are my papers wet? Is my laptop okay?”
And then your worst fears are realized. It's all damaged.
One bad weather day cost you a computer, your work, your papers, not to mention lost time.
Well, here's how we made the commuter backpack better... Keep Reading
Our straps are 20% wider to reduce pressure and increase comfort. That means less fatigue and an easier carry.
They conform to your body to reduce strain. And the channel back increases air circulation for comfort and cooling.
What about organization?
Not only does the Streeter help you organize your life, but it also helps students in need.
Gave this bag to my girlfriend, and she absolutely loves it. Gets compliments on it all the time.
This bag has a space for everything- and it looks great. I’ve used it everyday since getting it and I’m always impressed with how much it holds!
bought one - traveling round the world - we needed more ! (meanwhile we have 5) - 'cause they are so handsome stylish and it's possible to squeeze or stretch them in any space .. !
I'm really loving this bag. The convertible nature is what drew me to it and it delivers. Using it as a carry on - it expands and has a ton of space. It collapses back down into a slim bag for everyday use.
The pockets and organization is welll thought out, and the magnetic buckles are cool
I've been bike commuting with this bag every day for a couple weeks now and have ridden some singletrack with it on my mountain bike. I have absolutely no complaints. The pockets are well though-out, especially the zipped pocked on the exterior flap, which provides easy access for mid-ride necessities like tools, clif bars, etc. I mention that I've MTB'd with this bag just because with the chest strap, the bag doesn't sway much at all even on pretty bumpy terrain. I have the bag in olive and think it looks really good, too.
I'd gladly recommend this bag to other bike commuters!