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Where To Buy Swiss Gear Backpack



Swissgear offers so much more than just the Swiss Army knives that it is so famous for. When it comes to luggage, the brand always picks up on the latest luggage fashion trends and combines state-of-the-art technology with clever design elements to produce brilliant backpacks, travel bags, and suitcases at affordable prices.




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From carry-ons to garment carriers and hard-sided suitcases to backpacks, Swissgear luggage caters to every kind of adventure. It is also popular with those looking for durable and reliable bags and backpacks to use on the daily commute, at the gym, or even just for school or college.


With enough pockets, dividers, and zippered accessory compartments to house all your gear, the ScanSmart lie-flat design makes this backpack special. Able to fit laptops up to 17 inches in size, you can safely leave your laptop in the bag as it goes through the scanner. This feature, coupled with the floating TabletSafe tablet pocket, offers increased security for your tech, wherever you are headed.


Lightweight and incredibly durable, this laptop backpack is made from super-tough polyester and features all of the good looks and smart tech features you would expect from Swissgear.


With a ton of separate storage pockets and compartments, this compact backpack offers much more space than it appears. With the Swissgear-patented ScanSmart lie-flat laptop compartment for laptops up to 15 inches in size, as well as the TabletSafe tablet pocket, this backpack offers the ultimate in organization and protection for your tech.


Swissgear backpacks are mostly made from nylon or polyester, giving them a decent degree of water-resistance. They are, however, not fully waterproof but should be able to provide adequate protection from moderate rain.


When trying on a backpack, you should really try to fill it up with about as much weight as you would on a typical day. That way, you can get a true feel as to how the pack rides on your back. Once you have the weight inside, you will want to pay close attention to the various straps and how you can adjust them. Depending on the backpack, you may have a lot of options or very few. The nice thing is, the Swissgear 5358 is quite easy to adjust. It has ergonomically contoured straps and a sternum strap that goes across your chest to prevent the pack from bouncing.


So I saved the geekiest thing for last. And this is pretty cool. Remember how I said that there was a dedicated pocket for a portable battery? Well, there is a reason for that. Built into the Swissgear 5358 USB ScanSmart Backpack is the ability to run power from the inside of the back (from a portable USB battery) out to the front of the backpack to one of the shoulder straps. There is a red wire that you plug into your USB battery (not included with the pack, by the way) and then there is a USB port on one of the front straps. 041b061a72


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