High Sierra Access 2.0 Laptop Backpack, Lightweight College Laptop Backpack, Unisex High School Laptop Backpack, Gamer Laptop Backpack, 15-inch Laptop Backpack for Students or Business Professionals

August 9, 2019 - Comment

The Access 2.0 Backpack from High Sierra features a dedicated tech spot for you tablets and a dedicated laptop sleeve. This backpack also comes with tricot lined pockets to keep your valubale items safe. A deluxe AIRFLOW mesh padded back panel makes this bag more comfortable and easier to carry. Whether you are going to

The Access 2.0 Backpack from High Sierra features a dedicated tech spot for you tablets and a dedicated laptop sleeve. This backpack also comes with tricot lined pockets to keep your valubale items safe. A deluxe AIRFLOW mesh padded back panel makes this bag more comfortable and easier to carry. Whether you are going to class commuting back and forth from work, or just want a great backpack, this bag is for you!

Product Features

  • COMFORTABLE AND EASY TO CARRY: the AIRFLOW mesh padded back panel will keep your back cool and dry; contoured, adjustable padded shoulder straps provide comfort while carrying
  • MULTIPLE STORAGE SPACE: perfect for a gamers laptop backpack with its multiple compartments; keeps your gadgets in the right place; zippered accessory pockets and tricot lined media pockets keep your stuff protected and well-organized
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE: made with 1000D Polyester Ripstop; strong, interwoven fibers give your gaming laptop backpack extra strength to hold your gaming device while keeping a light weight
  • LARGE STORAGE CAPACITY: this 15.5 laptop back can carry a maximum weight of 45 liters; also comes with a dedicated TECH SPOT tablet sleeve; plus a side compartment to hold your water bottle; daisy chain loops are located at the front to attach extra gear
  • DESIGNED FOR STABILITY: the Access 2.0 comes with adjustable sternum straps to keep this laptop backpack centered on your shoulders while you’re on the go; compression straps allows you to adjust the size of the bag and secure your gear

Comments

Anonymous says:

Several design changes I like over the original I just got it and noticed a number of updated features: nylon material seems stronger, claims water resistant (no longer has a rain cover in base, redesigned harness and nicely adjustable cross strap which seems better, bigger water bottle pockets (maybe the bottles won’t fall out when I take the pack off), no waist strap (which may be the only negative as I used that to take a heavy load off my shoulders on long hikes), the headphone compartment now is right side up so stuff won’t fall out when you open it (but still too small a pocket for my over the ear Jabra’s), zippers seem to have been redesigned – will see if the stitching lasts (previous models zipper stitches came loose after two years of use and bag was useless after that). The two main pockets have a nylon flap over it (rain protection?) but it definitely is stiff and makes using the zippers difficult – I fold it over backwards. Added soft lining to tiny front media pockets and added a mesh bag to the mid-pocket, retained…

Anonymous says:

Too small for more than a 3-day trip. Better as a more ruged day pack or as a school bag with minimal needs. I got this to replace my old Sierra back back that measures 14 wide x 19 tall x 9 deep. it could hold enough clothing and other needs for 4- 5 days. My few gripes about my old bag was that it was not quite tall enough, had only one side water bottle holder and the zippers constantly stuck and occasional become unzipped below the zipper pull. The new pack I got says it measures15 wide x 20 tall x 9.5 deep but this in in fact not true. It in fact measures 15 x 20 x 6 and tapers off more significantly towards the top than my old one that was more square. When I got it in the mail it struck me as looking small. I figured it was just compressed from being backed abut when when i fully uncompressed it side by side the new pack is noticeable much smaller. Though the new pack has two bottle holders on either side and more padding than my old pack it lacks a waist strap, has no included rain guard and is supposed to be an “update”. The access two is in reality a scaled-down…

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