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This pack is on the larger side and looks rugged enough for the outdoors, but still refined enough for more urban environments (although it’s a little overkill as a daypack). We’re not surprised with its 82% score on our Instagram poll regarding its look, as this bag adopts a cleaner, sleeker take that most would appreciate.
This is a bit of a hassle for me because the zipper runs down almost halfway down the bag. I've order some "instant zipper sliders" to solve this issue myself. 2. The compression straps cover the single zipper pocket mentioned above, so in order to unzip that pocket, I'd have to first undo both compression straps
Not too much, but there’s enough to do what you need. Laptop compartment padding is present but isn’t overkill like others. The frame makes it so the bottom of the laptop won’t smash the ground if you drop it in too fast. Main compartment is pretty huge
I use this backpack for the everyday commute. I take it to the office with all my stuff, everything fits, and there is more space for snacks and coffee bags when returning home. I used to carry a backpack that didn't allow me to put my jacket; Topros was my salvation; every single thing goes secure and dry in it. I love how comfortable it is and the excellent materials they used in it
the main compartment! At 34L, the Tropos has all the space for the gear you need daily or enough room for a shorter trip. Plus, its horseshoe-style opening offers a convenient amount of visibility and ease of access to everything inside.
You also have compression straps on both sides of the pack, toward the top and at the bottom. The buckles that secure the top compression straps are hidden by a fabric welt, promoting a clean look that we’re fans of.