The drop liner is my #1 and only backpack. 100% water-proof, plenty of storage capacity, NYC bike commuter certified. Don't leave home without it.
I’ve been using Dropliner for few years and traveling around the world. Useful pocket, laptop divider, waterproof, adjustable size, this is prefect backpack ever. I prefer previous material about shoulder strap...
Used it for hundreds of miles. It lasted a 200 mile- 9 day Camino walk as well as dozen overnight 15 mile trips. Only bad thing is it was made with on strap a 1/4 inch higher than the other. After 24 mile day it is really noticeable. Otherwise the best pack ever
There is a lot of shoulder bag in the world nowadays. I run into his bags a bicycle shop at my hometown it was 5 years ago. I owned many shoulder bags. They were products made by major manufacturing companies. But they didn't satisfy me. One bag could hold a lot of luggage. Also, a certain bag was a very popular design. I understood one point. I've often out of balanced of my health by those “popular” bags. I've ever traveled Pacific Northwest with my LF camera tools (and packed more daily supplies goods) . I walked many distances, passed through the customs at the airport, took a bicycle, and put in and out photographic equipment. It was the maximum size that could be carried on board an aircraft. Still, I felt no pain when I carried the baggage. One time, the person with my bag said. “What a heavy bag you have!” He couldn't imagine that the small bag was so heavy. I currently have two Truce bags. (S and M sizes). They are already part of my body. You can stuff what you want in these bags. And you will feel that they are made with a Craftman's techniques.
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My Truce bag is fantastic for travelling - easily fits my 15 MacBook Pro, iPad, drink bottle and anything else I want to keep on me. Being waterproof is a great bonus. Supper happy with my Truce bag and 3 years on it still looks new.