Standard Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag | Performance Tweed™

Standard Commuter 2.1 Laptop Bag | Performance Tweed™

4.7

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September 12th, 2011 at 6:52 PM

CRS – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Spacious
Cons: -

I love my new bag. Got caught in a rainstorm shortly after getting my new Commuter 2.0, laptop and paperwork was bone dry.

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November 3rd, 2011 at 1:38 PM

Annie – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Spacious
Cons: -

I love my bag! The only downside is that it's pretty big for someone who's not. I'm 5'4" and this bag is wider than I am. But it carries everything I need on business trips and the like. It works! It's great looking! It's sturdy! I like!

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August 18th, 2011 at 5:56 AM

James McAnally – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Lightweight, Spacious
Cons: -

For years I struggled to find the "perfect" bag to carry my laptop, portable HD, ereader and all my other stuff. I must've bought seven or different bags/backpacks and I was never fully satisfied until I bought my Rickshaw bag. It has all the right compartments, pockets, sleeve and space. It's stylish and attractive but isn't flashy. I don't want a bag that screams "hey, potential thieves -- there's a laptop in me!" I plan on keeping and using this one till it falls apart which, judging by its quality, won't be anytime soon.

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January 8th, 2012 at 3:52 PM

Stuart – Verified Buyer

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Lightweight
Cons: -

I've gone through many bags over the years and this is the best one by far - a lightweight and efficient way to carry everything you need. The magnetic front flap is genius and makes for easy access when you don't really need to secure the bag.

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July 17th, 2014 at 10:33 PM

Kieran Silva

Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, Easy to use, Lightweight, Silent, Spacious, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Cons: -

It was almost a year ago now that I was on vacation from Southern California, and founding myself parked in front of the most peculiar store, "Rickshaw Bagworks". At the time I was with my mom and dad, on the way to eat at, Piccino. Something that you should know is that my dad loves using canvas bags instead of paper or plastic, so he decided to go in to see if he could find a cool canvas bag to use when he goes to Whole Foods. Earlier that day my family and I had found our selves at Tmbuk2, where my dad custom ordered a bag for himself, to carry his grading. At the time I thought that maybe I should order one for myself, I had a Timbuk2 for freshman year of high school and at the time I was going into my sophomore year, the Timbuk 2 bag did not fare to well over the course of the year. But while at the Timbuk2 store I did not see a single bag that fit me very well.

So that brings me back to when I entered Rickshaw Bag works for the first time. I still remember looking at all of the bags on the wall, and little things on the table in the center, while my mom was looking a a iPad zero messenger bag, which she then bought as her purse, right then. While I was looking around the commuter 2.1 messenger bag caught my eye, although at the time I thought that it might be a bit price for a school bag, since I had never had heard any thing about Rickshaw Bagworks. So at that point I left the store to walk over to Piccino for dinner. At dinner the bag came up, and well after dinner we headed back to the shop and I ordered the bag and had it shipped back to my house in Southern California.

I received it a few days before school stared, and the moment that I opened the box I knew that I had made a good choice to get that bag. So far it has gone with me every day to school Zero period to Seventh period PE, as well as a one week winter holiday back up to the Bay Area. And this summer it was my carry-on to the plane to Costa Rica, where I am on a month long language immersion program, where once again my bag has been my school bag, carrying a Spanish Dictionary, as well as several Moleskine notebooks, which by the way fit very well into the front pocket of the bag. Also on this trip I have taken the bag as my only luggage to the cloud forrest & Arenal Volcano. This past month has been the most trying on my bag, so far it has endured a cup of hot tea with cream and sugar spilling all over the front of it, which did not even leave a stain & and it has drenched by the rain here, but ever when it was raining on it I knew that my notes would be safe. I also is great on public transportation, as I have mostly ridden in buses here in San José, Costa Rica, it always just sits in my lap.

Through this past year my bag has been though a lot, but only shows one sign on wear and tear, and that is the two clips on the strap which connect it to the bag have worn down about 1mm or 2, other than that which of corse in not notice able in the slightest when you look at the bag it looks just the same as when I pulled it out of the box for the first time. I am looking forward to using it again for my junior year, which is a first since normally I wear though a bag a year.

Thank You Rickshaw for creating such an amazing bag! That is why I am sitting in my bedroom in Costa Rica at 11:30 typing this about how much I love this bag. I cannot wait to see where this bag takes me next year.

Kieran Silva

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