You want a bag that protects your notebook, but doesn't look like a laptop bag. You want something that has space for cables, documents, mobile etc, but doesn't look bulky and cluttered. The answer to your problems? The STM Large Alley laptop bag.
The STM Large Alley is a multi- functional shoulder bag, which comes in 2 sizes to fit most laptops. It has a heavily padded laptop section, which can also be used for vinyl and game consoles (large size). There is also a full sized file section for documents and books, and a mesh pocket for cables and adaptors.
The STM Alley laptop bag also comes in a regular size, see STM Regular Alley laptop bag.
STM is an Australian company based in the inner city suburbs of Sydney, Australia. STM designs it’s luggage based on three key components - comfort, genuine physical protection and disguise against theft. STM bags do not look like laptop bags, they provide another level of protection - camouflage. Most laptop bags advertise their contents, placing the wearer in danger of theft. STM bags are comfortable, stylish and functional. They are also multi-purpose and can be used to carry vinyl, most game consoles and other technical equipment.
STM products are luggage for the global digerati, and if you live, work or play in this generation, that includes you.
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