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Kata Jumbo Rucksack

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Huge bag, weighs practically nothing

  • Reconfigurable nylon and foam backpack designed for photogs and students
  • Holds a 17" laptop, a ton of books, and all your camera equipment!
  • Only weighs 2.58 pounds!

It's back to school time, and we all know what that means. Lugging your books, tablets, phones, laptops, pens, pencils, cables, folders, water bottle, and papers from one end of campus to the other. Who's brilliant idea was it to have Calculus in Thompson Hall while Chem is all the way over in D5? That's almost a mile, through the quad where there's almost always some kinda student-action protest thing, plus, it's raining!

Campus life can suck, but when you've got a load strapped haphazardly to your back in driving rain, and you've got a long way to go to make it to your next lecture. Your books are heavy enough, but your stupid backpack weighs a ton just by itself. In the name of comfort and durability, the designers put heavy foam, rivets, and carabiner loops everywhere. You've got half a mind to chuck it into the lake and watch the ducks paddle lazily around the bubbles.

It doesn't have to be that bad. ThinkGeek, in a never-ending quest to find the perfect backpack, found this monster lurking about with photographers. It's huge - capable of carrying a 17" laptop with accessories, a library's worth of books, and every piece of portable electronics you own. It's got a transforming interior, giving you two huge chambers for carrying your stuff, or one gargantuan space big enough to store a flux capacitor, three soccer balls, or a small child (don't carry a small child in this bag, duh).

It comes with padded compartments for camera equipment, which is great, but they're easily removable if you don't need 6 little foam compartments.

To wrap it all up, literally, we've thrown in a large water-proof cover so you can make it across campus in the driving rain without soaking your composition book. Bonus!

Features and Specs

  • Heavy-duty, ultra-lightweight backpack
  • Cavernous interior: 5.9" x 7.5" x 13"
  • Laptop Compartment: 1.6" x 16.5" x 12.6"
  • Four zippered accessory compartments on the front
  • Two velcro compartments on the side
  • Two large interior compartments open up into one huge compartment for large-storage
  • Laminated and reinforced foam padded interior and shoulder straps
  • Removeable compartment for cameras and accessories
  • Rain Cover included
  • Accepts optional insert-trolley handle

"Will my laptop fit in this bag, ThinkGeek?" Let's find out together!

Laptop Fitting Guide
Measure your laptop.
Like TVs, laptops are listed by their measurement on the diagonal. Bags, on the other hand, are measured on the edges. Not all 17" laptops are the same size, so you'll need to measure the length & width of your closed laptop.

"But my laptop is at home, ThinkGeek!"
If you can't wait, Google has superpowers to tell you the dimensions of your laptop if you ask it nicely. Just input the make and model of your laptop and ye shall receive.

"I've got the measurements! Now what?"
Compare your laptop's measurements to the measurements of the bag. If the laptop's measurements are smaller than the bag, it fits! If one or more of the laptop's measurements are bigger, you're out of luck with this bag. Try another.

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