8 Backpacks That Are Acceptable For Adults
Porter Tanker Rucksack // Go technical-but-elegant with a carry-all that slings over your back.
Freitag R51 Coolidge Backpack // Go bright with a bag made of truck tarpaulins.
Herschel Supply Co. City Backpack Mid-Volume // Go wild with a bag that combines Hawaiian print and camo.
Filson Duffle Backpack Black // Go understated with a deep black piece that can handle more than just your computer.
Porter Yoshida Kaban Beat Leather-Trimmed Cotton-Canvas Backpack // Go on a safari with a minimalist bag that'll help you blend in with the tall grass i.e not get eaten by lions.
Stussy Red World Tour Backpack // Go artsy with a blood red piece that's printed with the face of Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli's Venus. Boom, art knowledge.
Junya Watanabe X Seil Marschall Leather Backpack in Maroon // Go classy with the only backpack you could bring into a fine dining establishment and get compliments rather than mean mugs.
KRISVANASSCHE Black Croc Etched Leather Backpack // Go unexpectedly high end with a backpack that's basically the expensive equivalent of those athletic pull-string bags.
We wrote recently about 8 computer carrying bags that’d help you step your game up (meaning look more professional and not like a teenager or an underground rapper.) But, what if you’re not ready to have your bag say, “Hey, look I’m a big, boring adult” and instead want a low-key carry-all that you can sling on your back, can keep up with your action-packed lifestyle, all while looking good?
Well, we’ve got 8 options for you. They’re in the gallery above, so click through then shop the links below.
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Porter Tanker Rucksack
Freitag R51 Coolidge Backpack
Herschel Supply Co. City Backpack Mid-Volume
Filson Duffle Backpack Black
Porter Yoshida Kaban Beat Leather-Trimmed Cotton-Canvas Backpack
Stussy Red World Tour Backpack
Junya Watanabe X Seil Marschall Leather Backpack in Maroon
KRISVANASSCHE Black Croc Etched Leather Backpack
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