Stylish, lightweight and functional, the America Shield Granite Series Backpack is an ideal day pack for both urban and rural use. While this is an attractive pack, it certainly is also versatile. We like the fact it has a separate liner inside that one can use to hold either a tablet or a laptop.
Made of canvas with leather front straps both for the primary space as well as the smaller front pocket.
The primary space is also easily cinched down with a pull cord while the front pocket can be enclosed with either the front straps or a zipper.
And there are several smaller compartments including a slip in space on the back of the pack, two small cinchable water bottle holder/pockets and even a little zip-up built into one of the straps.
For those that are adverse to checking on luggage in planes when traveling (especially on shorter trips) – this pack has enough space to be the primary carry-on pack for the lightweight traveler.
The Nitty Gritty
– L 16.6 x H 13 x D 7 in (L 42 x H 33 x D 17 cm)
– Textile lining
– Flap + press stud + drawstring opening
– Inner 15″ laptop compartment
– 8 Small inner pockets
– 1 Front pocket
– 2 external side pockets
– 1 Back pocket
– 1 Strap pocket
– Adjustable shoulder straps
– Top handle
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Teh Chin Liang says
That looks like an ideal backpack for a minimalist on a year long trip around the world.
Yes, you would have to be quite a minimalist if you plan on traveling a year using this backpack – perhaps sticking to warmer weather environs!
Erin Writer says
Awesome backpack. I would have worn it every day, even to the university.
I love its stylish look and of course its functionality 🙂
Sandra Arun says
This bag looks very cool – thanks for sharing 🙂