From the Bravo collection of modern, unstructured day and travel bags comes this deluxe backpack ideal for professionals and students. If features numerous organizer pockets inside and out as well as dedicated space for a laptop and iPad. Exterior pockets include a waterproof pocket for a water bottle or umbrella. Made from durable ballistic nylon with a top carry handle, comfortable and adjustable backpack strap and a 3D mesh padded back. Easy zip access to main compartment.
PROS: This is the most expensive backpack I've ever laid eyes on, but it also has exactly what I was looking for: a cavernous main compartment, lots of outer pockets, a separate laptop compartment, a water bottle pocket with a drainage hole, and most important of all, a sleeve for riding over wheeled luggage handles. I knew I could either buy a cheaper bag that didn't have all of these features, or I could bite the bullet and get the Tumi. The construction on this thing is superb. There are leather tabs at the end of every u-shaped zipper for reinforcement. It is built with as many bells and whistles as a suitcase, which explains the price.
CONS: Expensive! The zippers, as some have mentioned, can be a bit stiff. It's not that they're not good zippers, they're just the really toothy kind.
(Posted on 12/23/14)
Price / Value
Perfect for Work
PROS: Many Pockets, Quality Design, Personalized Security Registration, nice hardware, Leather accents, ID makes it look nice. Nice interior lining.
CONS: Does not come with instruction manual, meaning what each pocket is designed for or suggested uses. Would like to see removable chest strap inculded. The rear sleeve could be used with as pouch if velcro, zipper or snaps were placed on the bottom. Extra padding on bottom would be nicer. Waterproof side pocket if used for a slim waterbottle makes the other pocket barely usable for anything bulky. Does not say where it is made.