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Whats your prefered work bag?

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Backpack 34 45.95%
Shoulder bag 25 33.78%
Briefcase 4 5.41%
Hockey bag 5 6.76%
Gym bag 4 5.41%
Sling pack 0 0%
Fanny pack 2 2.70%
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01-18-2013, 09:55 PM
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Whats your prefered work bag?

Backpack?



Shoulder bag?



Fanny pack?



Sling pack?



Gym bag?



Hockey bag?



Briefcase?



Before you think hockey bag? Well believe it or not ive seen a few people lug around huge hockey bags as work bags. Always gets me thinking what the hell they need such a big bag for. If its not a hockey bag they got, then its a camping bag. Ive always used shoulder bags cause even though backpacks are much more comfortable (especially with more weight), often when I wear my shoulder bag, it feel like a giant mans purse. I just wear it on my shoulder and not around my neck and under my arm cause thats a bit too feminine for me. I like backpacks but they dont look professional like shoulder bags. Like you cant wear a leather jacket with a backpack, that would look stupid.

Sling packs I could never use one, too gay for me. Tried one on and I was immediately embarassed. Felt like a mans purse.

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Don't have to carry any papers or anything, maybe just a small folder with important stuff... So I just have the backpack below. Has a compartment in the back where I can slide my laptop into, and extra room for my iPad and chargers.

Then the big compartment in the front I can put my gym clothes and some shoes. Smallers compartments towards the front I can stash multiple bags of tea, and a tea steeper. Throw a can of seltzer water on the side and I'm good to go. Oh, and the lunch I take I just throw with the gym clothes.


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Gym-type bag.

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Hockey Bag seems to be the most practical.

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01-19-2013, 08:07 AM
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I use a shoulder bag. I see the practicality of backpacks, but always think they look funny with suits.

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I have a messenger bag that I've used for years. Just big enough to hold everything I need to get through the day.

Almost time for a new one..

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Ive had this for almost a year now, and I love it, well worth the money, looks great and holds everything I need it to hold.

http://canada.roots.com/CargoMesseng...ectedColor=Y21

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Audit bag, briefcase, or laptop/shoulder bag.

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Ive had this for almost a year now, and I love it, well worth the money, looks great and holds everything I need it to hold.

http://canada.roots.com/CargoMesseng...ectedColor=Y21
$268? Ya no thanks, probably costs them $15 to make that.

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Even when I had a job I never had to bring a bag...

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Messenger bag from college. Just big enough to carry a few folders, laptop and charger, lunch, and my gloves. Although I'm considering an upgrade since my laptop is the weight of a small elephant.

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