There are a lot of great bags out there, but few are designed to complement either casual or professional attire. Of course, one could simply own multiple bags for multiple purposes, but why hassle with doing that when you can get just one great bag?
WaterField Designs, a designer and manufacturer of quality bags and cases for gear and gadgets, has just introduced it’s latest backpack. The Staad features a style that looks good on you whether you’re heading to the office or out of the house for a day.
The Staad combines a masculine exterior with a colorful and plush interior. It’s roomy enough to hold a laptop, tablet, documents, and accessories without being excessively bulky.
The tapered form makes the best use of space and keeps everything compact.
Exterior side zippers provide a space for smaller items you might want to access quickly. Just un-sling one shoulder and pull the Staad to the front to get at keys, wallet, or smartphone.
Talk about class. The Staad features a World War II-era bucks for the main compartment that opens with a “quick flick.” The rest of the backpack has a clean look with no hanging straps, dangly things, or bulging bulky areas.
The Staad comes in a slim and stout size as well as choices of flap color and body material. As an owner of a WaterField keyboard case, I can attest to the build quality. They make made-to-order bags that are meant to last.
For more photos and information about the WaterField Staad backpack, visit sfbags.com.