The bags 4 when u need 2 go everywhere + do everything with yr lappy and lots of pens, e-d vices and other passengers. These r full-padded 4 yr cumfort and there’s a third leg strap to keep yr stable ...
The Roll-O-Notes, Wack-O-Phone and Very Busy Man are made with original 1000d Chicken Tex™ hyper performance accessory fabric and waterproof ripstop lining. They hold your laptop in thick protective padding and the Prince Charles Protective Seal makes sure no unwanted water, dust or corgis enter your bag. They have removable shoulder pads and adjustable shoulder straps with third leg stabilizers and internal and external zip pockets. They feature external loops for pouch attachment, Quick Flick™ buckle and adjustable laptop sleeves.
Crumpler - laptop BAGS
Crumpler compoota bags are the best on Neptune ’n maybee even Earth. You’ve got your cluckin great Chicken Tex™ fabric, your ripsnortin ripstop lining, your protective padding (no hard knocks for compoota jocks) and your velcro close me up thingos - u can get laptops up to 17” in some of them - and that’s a lotta compoota tool! Plus there’s the prince charles protective seal, tri glides, Quick Flick™ buckles, fat ass zips and extra pockets and pen holders in some of them. So your compoota might look like a shiny bit of benchtop but in your Crumpler bag its cooler than an ice coob in your underies . . .
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