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  • Thanks for the various suggestions. Unfortunately, none of them are quite my style. Backpacks are out, and I'm not a casual Seattle sort of guy.

    I'll keep looking....

    • by ziggy (25) on 2004.10.03 22:45 (#34925) Journal
      I've been quite happy over the years with Eagle Creek [eaglecreek.com]. They make sturdy bags that meet a range of demands -- from hiking the Himalayas to the daily grind that is midtown at rush hour. My first Eagle Creek bag is about 12 years old, and still sturdy and ready to use. If I were still in need of a black nylon laptop bag, I'd be using it (or one of their newer designs just to stay trendy).

      Their line is rather complete - a full complement of sizes and colors to meet the need to lug pretty much anything around pretty much anywhere. Lifetime guarantee, too. eBags [ebags.com] used to have a decent selection and good prices, but I haven't been in the market for a bag in a couple of years. I remember there being a decent selection of Eagle Creek bags in a luggage store on Broadway, around 10th St. or so. You might want to give that a spin if you don't find anything closer.

      HTH!