Come rain or shine, the commute has to happen, and we suggest its best done with a dry change of clothes waiting for you in your pack, your laptop safely stowed, and a couple of ounces of style, for good measure. Chrome's Mazer Ensign Rolltop Backpack makes a strong choice, with its lofty 21-liters of cargo space that offers plenty of room for your dress shoes and office attire, a slim laptop sleeve that's optimized for laptops up to 15-inches, and durable construction built to hold up to rough roads and foul weather. The bag is built from a combination of water-resistant nylon and tarp on the exterior, providing plenty of abrasion resistance on the bustle across town, while the lining adds an extra layer of durability thanks to its nylon Ripstop fabric. The bulk of your gear is easy to access through the roll-top, while an additional zipper on side lets you access your laptop or tablet directly from the back panel. Two deep side pockets offer a space to stash your U-lock and water bottle, while ample gear loops let you dangle-on any additional gadgets and gear you need. The pack is finished off with reflective details left and right to help you stay seen when lighting is low, and motorists are busy rushing across town.
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