Up to 16" MacBook Pro
A versatile carry for today’s creatives, the daypack effortlessly transitions from the set to the office then out for the weekend. Quickly organize and access all tech and everyday essentials using dedicated compartments and organization for ultimate mobility. Features a dedicated laptop compartment, a tech-savy RFID feature pocket, and two water bottle pockets.
- Sustainably designed with a mixture of 900D x 1200D recycled polyester, with the main fabric incorporating an exterior water-repellent coating to resist wear and stains.
- Padded faux-fur-lined laptop compartment fits up to 16” MacBook and up to 12.9” iPad.
- RFID-blocking tech compartment prevents digital info theft.
- Ortholite® Impressions foam on shoulder straps and back panel for breathability and comfort.
- Large central compartment with one easy-access clamshell opening.
- Strategically sized and positioned interior pockets keep essentials secure and organized.
- Easy-access tech compartment keeps phone, AirPods and charger in easy reach.
- Premium YKK® zippers, including YKK® weather resistant zippers on tech compartments.
- Proven high-performance Duraflex® hardware.
- Dedicated water bottle pockets, one on each side.
- Travel pass-through for secure roller-bag integration.
17.5 x 11.4 x 6.2 in x 19.5L
The site said the sleeves fit M1 MacBooks, which they do. However, whenever the MacBook is in its sleeve it’s impossible to fit my iPad Pro into the tablet sleeve without removing its case.
Lots of storage room but uncomfortable to carry. Big enough to carry a 16" laptop with essential accessories, work files, travel documents, water bottle, snack, small toiletry bag and a change of clothes including a rain jacket, but yet small enough to be considered a personal item for air travel. The clam shell opening makes it easy to pack, with decent organizer pockets.
But really needs a sternum strap for long walks in airport terminals.
This is my 2nd InCase computer bag. My first one just began deteriorating after 17 years of use.
That first one had two main compartments. One I used for my computer and it's gear. The other I used for whatever else I needed to lug on a particular day. Documents, food, office supplies, etc. I found it convenient to keep the two separate.
I searched the Incase site for their current models. My old model seems to have been discontinued.
Alas, my new A.R.C. Daypack model has only one large compartment. Makes me lump everything together. I'm finding it hard to get used to this.
For the price, sewing in an additional main compartment would have made sense. And there's really no part of the main partition that really works to hold documents away from the rest of the mess.
I'll get used to it, I guess. Just wish I still had 2 main compartments.
Love it so far! Got this bigger backpack for personal use and have the smaller commuter for work.
Lo zaino esteticamente è molto bello ed anche la qualità dei materiali è buona, purtroppo devo dire che non è affatto comodo, gli spallacci non tendono a scivolare dalle spalle ed io non ho spalle piccole ma è proprio la forma che da sempre l impressione che lo zaino non sia comodo da tenere indossato. Anche la disposizione e la quantità delle tasche è veramente bassa e scomoda. Tra l altro lo trovo abbastanza pesante per gli standard ed i materiale di oggi. Insomma bene per apparire, meno per lavorare. Peccato, con pochi accorgimenti sarebbe potuto essere un prodotto decisamente migliore perchè la linea è veramente piacevole.