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  • and Timbuk2's Commuter Bag [] wins.
    • Pfui! I like my Laptop backpack [] from Eastern Mountain Sports. (Though, I admit, the padded laptop insert's a touch small for the 15" Powerbook)
      • I'll bet it's hard to acessorize with that barf green :) Nerdy guys look ultra nerdy in those huge laptop backpacks since you know with the long shorts, pastey face and glaring white legs, those fuckers aren't extreme hikers hanging around the coffee shop looking for the nearest hiking trail. The commuter bag holds enough but not so much you look like some nerdy tard who has a gadget fetish that he has to haul around with him. It also comes in all black which is very easy to match to your wardrobe without l
  • Then I recommend you give booq [] a look.

    They make great stuff.

    But... if you don't think a high end powerbook is worth the $$$... then you may not think these are either.
  • 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....

    • I've been quite happy over the years with Eagle Creek []. 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 arou