The Mamba Shift Laptop/Tablet Toter

Not only will this spectacularly sleek and stylish backpack accommodate your laptop and or tablet, but  there is also plenty of room for lots of peripherals, your lunch, and whatever else you may need while trying to keep connected when out and about.

The Mamba Shift Laptop Backpack by Boog has to be one of the finest pieces of backpack craftsmanship and design I've ever seen. its tapered architecture with descending black pleats and red highlights is alluring, but it doesn't outshine its functionality.

The denier ballistic nylon exterior has a waterproof coating to protect you treasures inside. The back panel material breathes to help keep you cool. Padded shoulder straps add to the comfort. At the top of the bag is a handy carry handle.

There are ample pockets on both side panels that will accommodate a water bottle or other item for easy access. On the should straps are hidden pockets for carrying mobile devices such as MP3 players and phones. A zippered pocket on the front panel gives room for stowage of small items like glasses or a wallet.

The bag features two major zippered compartments. The front one opens the cavernous inside of the bag. Here, on the front wall, you will find a netted pocket with four smaller pockets in front of it. One has a zipper pouch for carrying small items like pens, cable, memory cards etc. Suspended from the top is a detachable key ring.

On the rear wall of the compartment is a large, deep pocket perfect for holding any size tablet computer. In front of this pocket is a flap covered compartment secured by Velcro tabs. Below that are three more pockets.

At the top rear of the pack is a deep, zippered compartment that is well padded to protect a laptop. It measures approximately 12"x18".

As you already may suspect, the deluxe bag is on the pricey side, but if you're looking for unparalleled style and functionality, you will be proud to sport this totally tony tote. The suggested retail price is $159, but I have seen them for as low as $130.




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