Many people must be wondering which is the best business backpack and how are they possibly going to choose the right product for them? There is nothing more disappointing than choosing a product online, waiting for it to arrive. Then when that moment comes you find it has some feature that doesn't work for you.
In this article I will break down some of the most important features that you need to consider when choosing a business backpack.
I have also chosen six excellent products for you to consider and highlighted some of the best features of each product.
**Below, you'll find our more detailed reviews, but you can also click the links above to see current prices or read customer reviews on Amazon.
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This high-quality backpack has a lifetime guarantee and I can well believe it. The bag feels solid and well made. A backpack for sure but the style is still classy. The black outside is perfect for use in a business setting, the orange inside stands out for the little rebel in all of us.
This bag has some very clever design features; such as the removable compartment at the bottom of the bag for all your electrical cords. There are lots of pockets of different sizes and shapes. For a slightly ditzy person you are going to forget what you put where, but for people who like to be very "uber" organized this bag might just be your dream come true.
It's easy find the perfect place for everything. This bag is a good choice for business travelers with the useful feature of "luggage pass through handles" that work vertically or horizontally.
The backpack has a slim design so this is not for carting large volumes of office equipment with you, but for a day backpack for carrying all the essentials the eBag is a good choice.
I like this business backpack. The bags style is understated, simple and functional. The design looks smart and will fit in an office, yet the bag is not overly formal either. The ergonomic design makes it comfortable to carry, excellent for those with a long commute. Perhaps adding a chest strap would improve that further.
There is a nice balance of three compartments within which are various pockets of different sizes to fit phones, wallets, keys and so on. A feature which would be valuable for those commuting through a busy city are the two-way anti-theft dual zippers and the special back compartment for the laptop which is difficult to access for a thief.
Please note : This is a SLIM bag, large laptops are not going to fit. If you are making a city commute and you are carrying the business basics with you (not the whole office) this bag should be an excellent choice.
This bag is not as sleek as the Uoobag, but you are going to fit more into it and the SwissGear brand oozes quality and reliability. Not to mention the competitive price for the backpack, this will make a good choice if you are on a budget.
It isn't a slim bag so you can fit up to a 17-inch laptop inside. If you are taking a large laptop between work and home then the capacity could make this bag a good choice for you.
The design is simple with three compartments and minimal busy little pockets, yet there are functional small pockets and a handy key ring in the outside pocket, which is good for organization.
The bag does look to be comfortable but it can hold quite a lot so will get heavier. I think it could do with better straps and padding to ensure comfort.
Perhaps not the best choice for long city commutes. For those of you who travel overseas for business then you will appreciate the airport friendly laptop compartment that can open to a flat position.
This Kopack bag looks very stylish and comes in a nice bright red (as well as classic black and grey), for those of you wanting to make a style statement at the office. There is a handy anti-theft pocket for your wallet or smartphone, located at the base of your back. This feature will be useful in busy cities.
The bag will fit laptops up to 17 inches. The straps are wide and well-padded, which will make the bag comfortable for those doing a long commute (another ergonomic design). The size of the bag is also suitable for those professionals or students who are carrying quite a lot.
A handy feature for music lovers is the hidden headphone hole so you can listen discreetly while you walk or ride on the underground.
The bag is well thought out with a pocket for the laptop in the back compartment then room to pack other items in front of the laptop. If you have a lot of things to carry with, and you want to do so in an organized way then I think this bag will make a good choice.
The Thule business backpack is not a budget option, however, the well-made and well thought out design of the backpack could well make this bag the best choice for you. The style doesn't look sleek, but I think it is still formal enough for the office environment. Grey colour with blue highlights catches my eyes.
There is a laptop compartment in the rear of the backpack which can fit a 15-inch laptop. There is also a neckline back pocket for your phone and sunglasses which is convenient and difficult for a thief to access. There is a nice balance of pockets without having SO MANY pockets you can't remember where anything is.
This is not a heavy-duty bag in terms of how much you can put inside, so this is not the choice for business travelers. Rather this bag would be a good choice for people making a light/ medium commute with a small/medium number of things they need to be carrying with them.
This budget bag is a very good design with a mind boggling 15 pockets and a place for everything. Anyone who needs to carry a lot with them is going to find this backpack useful.
There are Anti-Theft features which are helpful for anyone commuting in cities, or traveling abroad for business. For example, the hidden laptop compartment can be locked.
The style is a bit boring in my opinion but that does make it very flexible, it could be used in a very wide range of situations by people from many walks of life. I think this bag gives you a lot for your money.
There are nice little design features that show the design is well thought through – such as a strap to hold the water bottle in place, earphone hole, and duel zipper. As a backpack that is designed to hold a lot of things thankfully the straps are well designed ergonomically so carrying all that stuff should be comfortable too!
Somehow, despite all the excellent features and very competitive price I find I can't get that excited about it. I would love to see a bit of character in the style then for sure this would be a winner for me!
While I think all the six bags above are excellent choices for the best business backpack, one in particular stole my heart.
The eBag has to be my personal favourite because of the style and excellent design.
Which would be your choice? Do you have another nominee you think we should have considered? Do you have any of these bags – when were they most useful? Let us know in the comments section. Look forward to hearing from you all!