An ideal travel companion, workmate or pack mule for the daily hike in the hills. Topo stand apart from the imitators by using high quality materials such as 1000d Cordura for the exterior, and coated pack cloth for an entirely lined inner compartment. Natural leather lash tabs are perfect for securing extra gear or attaching a bike light. All Topo Designs bags are handmade in their LEED Certified shop in Colorado, USA.
Please note: this specific style uses 100% genuine leather so imperfections may be present, but don't worry, this will only add to your backpack's charm and individuality.
“Awesome bag! I'm very impressed with the build quality, its a fantastic bag that is very functional, i use the bag for day treks, travelling, commuting to work on my mountain bike and just about everything!”
“Simple but good. I had a herschel pop quiz for many years, but the faux leather started peeling and i needed something that was a little more grown up. This backpack does the job. It is extremely well made and feels very durable. It's fully lined, and the 1000d cordura is a real step up from your average backpack. It's got more height than a herschel, which is a bit weird at first, but means you can stuff an extra jacket in. The external side pockets are very tight. Tight enough to pop in your smartphone. But, you're not going to get just any water bottle in there. However, a klean kanteen insulated bottle will fit, just! If you want to lug around a laptop, some books, and maybe a jacket, this will do the job. You're not going camping with this. The interior organisation is simple but useful. The exterior pocket is fine for dumping stuff, but if you want lots of zippers and pockets, look elsewhere. If you want something that will probably outlive you durability wise, and you like to keep things simple, this is a good backpack.”
“Great bag worth the extra money. Great everyday bag. Very comfortable made well lots of compartments.”
“Good quality, worth the price. .”
“Extremely satisfied customer . Would recomend any products on this site.”