Compass Backpack w/ Flight Nylon
Compass Backpack w/ Flight Nylon
Icon Lite Pack w/ Woolenex
Icon Backpack w/ Woolenex
City Collection Backpack
15" City Brief w/ Diamond Ripstop
ICON Lite Pack
City Collection Compact Backpack
DSLR Sling Pack
Compass Backpack w/ Flight Nylon
City Compact Backpack w/ Diamond Ripstop
City Collection 13'' Brief
I bought this to use as a stylish diaper bag bc I was using cloth diapers and I have 5 kids. It's very well built and comfortable to wear. I like that there are two different ways to access the larger compartment. There are also removable sections that make it personalized. We still use it as a backpack although not for little ones anymore. The shape holds up really well and there is a lot of cushion surrounding your belongings.
Rachael from Montana on September 23, 2017
Great bag for work and school. Took the time to organize and didn't realize when i purchased how many pockets and how awesome the layout of the pockets are. Couldn't be happier with this purchase! Great bag all around!
Eric from Tulsa on December 12, 2016
The backpack looks great, but unfortunately the back of it started fraying after a couple weeks and now tears at whatever shirt I'm wearing. This was under normal use - just a 20 minute walk to work every day. However, this backpack is probably fine if you wear a jacket or another durable piece of clothing (just no sweatshirts, etc.)
Tim from San Francisco on July 16, 2016
I bought this bag for my guy who didn't want to carry a heavy briefcase (not enough stuff to warrant a briefcase), a man-purse (not his thing) or a backpack (not professional enough), but needed something "manly" to carry all his loose stuff like wallet, smartphone, a book and the occasional hard copies of work documents. Though it's designed to carry a MacBook or a tablet, this bag is awesome when you want something professional looking that is light and sleek.
Zappos Reviewer on September 16, 2015
Fairly compact bag. The 15" retina MacBook Pro just barely fits (with a slim Speck See-Thru case) due to height and width (not thickness). I have two moleskine notebooks in the compartment with it. With this added bulk, I can still fit the power adapter but closing that pouch is tough. The other pouch holds a mouse, VGA adapter and some pens without a problem. I'd feel comfortable dropping it no more than 6 inches with the amount of padding (as compared to a previous bulky Brenthaven case, I'd dropped it 1 - 1.5 feet without a worry). Overall, it works as a compact case providing some protection.
Rahul P from Chicago, IL on August 12, 2015
I LOVE this bag. The inner lining is nice and soft. Lot's of large pockets for all my gear. The straps are the bigger differentiator between this bag and others I checked out. They are so comfortable! It doesn't open completely like some bag do, but I haven't found that to be a problem. Having the two large compartments and one smaller one make it easy for me to cary two MacBooks and a full sized iPad when I need to. Great balance of storage space without seeming bulky.
Jeff S from Chicago, IL on January 08, 2014
I bought 10 backpacks at once from all different brands. This one won. Incredibly comfortable and as big as you can go to fit under an airplane seat. High quality production.
Zappos Reviewer on November 23, 2013
Incredible backpacks for all my work, digital and personal needs. It holds a 15" Macbook Pro very comfortably. This is the best backpack on the market for any Macbook.
Erick from Charlotte on November 18, 2013
I was really excited when I had first laid eyes on the DSLR PRO by Incase, this is exactly what needed. I own a Canon 7d with a few lens a flash and a Zacuto view finder pro, which all have traveled in an older Incase bag. I also own and like to travel with my 15inch MacBook w/ Magic Mouse, iPad2, and a Nexus 7. All of these devices travel in their own Incase bag or neoprene case. It was always a hassle carrying at least three pieces with me every time I traveled fir chemo or went to the lake, so the DSLR Pro looked very accommodating. Anyhow I got the dslr pro and everything above fit very nicely into the bag with no room to spare. When the bag is loaded it weighs a lot, making it impossible for my wife to carry for any period of time. Some people might have a hard time traveling with such a heavy bag. Incase make pretty good products but they have no customer service at all. If you rub Incase the wrong way they seem to blacklist you and ignore any questions or issues you might have about one of their products. I had written Incase a really nice letter explaining my battle with cancer and wanted to see if they could help my family obtain this bag for our use for weekly trips for chemotherapy. All we really wanted was a few bucks off even to just offset some of the cost on us, sad thing is I never heard back from them. I wrote them another email asking if they had received my first email they simply responded with a two line email stating Incase had no promos at this time. But of course I looked past all this and bought the bag anyhow cause I knew what an important roll it would play in helping our family travel for my chemotherapy. So the bag itself is made really nice but like I said don't ever ask Incase for help cause they just don't care.
Todd O from Winnipeg on August 22, 2012
This is by far the best camera bag I have ever had. I shoot video with a DSLR and have a lot of extra gear. The quality of the bag is great, and the laptop/ipad slots are great. Seriously, stop looking. This bag rocks!
Zappos Reviewer from Dallas, TX on August 20, 2012
This is the best bag I've ever owned, as far as laptop bags are concerned. I have another bag for my cameras but this bag can definitely keep up with most basic-mid level DSLR bags. I primarily use this if I need to take my office with me. It can fit my laptop, iPad, sketchbooks and magic mouse easily in the front compartment and I've re-arranged the larger back compartment to fit headphones, a large raid drive, chargers etc. On top of all of that, this bag is very comfortable and has a lot of easily accessible smaller pockets. And it doesn't look like a camera/laptop bag so you don't have that "mug me" look that camera bags give you when you're walking down the street.
Zappos Reviewer from Cleveland, OH on August 17, 2012
If your thinking about buying this bag, stop thinking and do it already! It's amazing, comfertable, great looking, and stores a large amount of photo equitment. Couldn't be happier. The quick grab compartment at the top of the bag for your camera is such a great feature.
Jason from Los Angeles, California on June 16, 2012
I've owned a lot of camera bags and have never been happy with any of them. I travel a lot and need 2 cameras plus an iPad and at least a Macbook Air. This bag is the first that I've come across that fits these needs and more. The construction is great and it's comfortable on your back. Fantastic bag.
John H from Lawton, OK on June 15, 2012
This is a near perfect bag in my opinion. It looks good, it is comfortable, and it holds a lot of gear. The only problem I have with it is the tripod straps. They are just a little too small, so it is a struggle to get the tripod to fit. If the straps were a little stretchy or they used buckles instead of a cinch style strap they would be perfect, I am considering modifying them myself. In this bag I'm able to carry a Canon T3i, three lenses, a Canon HF S200 video camera, a Rode Videomic Pro, as well as several extra batteries and flash cards for each camera and a 126 LED Panel light. All of that with plenty of room to spare.
Zappos Reviewer from Milwaukee on June 13, 2012
A great bag for your camera and select additional gear in compartments. Tall and narrow, a somewhat unusual shape, but low-key and inconspicuous. Sits comfortably on the shoulders. No room for books or papers of any size. Note: resizing internal compartments is limited because 'female' velcro is only in certain places.
Zappos Reviewer from NY-Philadelphia on July 30, 2011