The Everyday Backpack features 3 padded grab handles for upright or briefcase-style hand carry, and a luggage pass-through for easy and secure roller-top carry. Looping the external zippers through the external carry loops helps deter pick-pockets.
Widened top and side access allows better visualization and access to your gear. MagLatch hardware provides internal expansion. +3L on the 20L bag, +8L on the 30L bag.
External Dimensions Top Mag Latch – 22.3″ x 8.3″ x 11.8″ | Bottom Mag Latch – 18.3″ x 8.3″ x 11.8″
Internal Dimensions Top Mag Latch – 22″ x 6.3″ x 11.2″ | Bottom Mag Latch – 18″ x 6.3″ x 11.2″
- Fast, secure, one-handed top access via MagLatch hardware
- Dual side access via #8 weatherproof zips
- Extra-durable UltraZip design
Custom Organization & Pockets for Days
Brilliantly customizable and protective internal organization via 3 easy-to-configure FlexFold dividers.
- Stretchy internal side and top pockets for cards, cords, and more
- Internal slip pockets for wallet, passport, and other important items
- Dual external side pockets stretch to fit water bottles, tripods, etc.
- Protective 15” laptop sleeve with pockets for tablets and documents
- Adjustable for easy access to smaller laptops
Max Laptop/Tablet Carry
- Laptop – 38.1cm x 25.4cm x 2.5cm (15″x10″x1″)
- Tablet – 30.6cm x 22.1cm x .7cm (12″ x 8.7″ x 0.3″)
Nice Upgrade but Still May Tip OverI had the V1 in Charcoal for about a week before PeakDesign came with this Version 2!! Long story short, I returned that one and got this one in Midnight Blue from Amazon. Many things have changed, and overall it’s definitely a better bag. I ordered midnight blue because it seemed more low key than the shiny charcoal, but this fabric is different than the V1 Charcoal, and I feel like the Charcoal wouldn’t show as much scratches in the long run but the blue might. The new hardware is indeed easier to open and close. The inner side pockets are much improved and more useable now. The back-straps have magnets that attach to the backpack body when not in use. I could fit the new MacBook Pro 16” with the Apple’s leather sleeve without any problems in the larger compartment marked by (13” >) letters in the bag. I also could fit a Sony A7R4 with 24-105 lens attached, Sony 70-300 in pouch, Sony 50mm in pouch, Sony 90mm Macro in pouch, and my filters and battery charger and more. The bag is heavy with all the gear but not uncomfortable to carry. The only bad thing I have to say is that the bottom is a bit curved, and the bag is still prone to tipping over. It’s better than V1, but I wish they would’ve fixed that completely. One more thing is that the new side pockets have zippers in the middle, and if you place your camera with the LCD facing outside in middle compartment, the zipper hardware may scratch or damage your LCD or viewfinder. They could’ve easily reversed the direction of the zipper to avoid this. Other than these minor points, this bag is a very nice upgrade from the first version. Thanks for reading and good luck with your research.
Bryan B. –
Looks nice, but what were they thinking?Here’s the good:They improved the shoulder straps (the V1 was quite uncomfortable).The way the shoulder straps snap to the back with magnets when not in use is a nice touch, and something I wish every backpack had.The materials are high quality.Now the bad:The maglatch is very finicky. It almost never snaps fully into place without a second effort.The side pockets don’t open enough, you have to fold it over with some effort to get your stuff out.The zippers are supposed to be better, but they’re a pain.The internal side pockets are too loose.Still no quick access pocket.The luggage pass thru forces you to put the bag on its side.The shoulder straps have no strap management! This is 2019, I don’t want the slack from my backpack straps dangling down to my waist.The 20L feels like 15L. The laptop/documents compartment is still too small and tight. I use an iPad Pro 12.9 (3rd gen) and it felt tight. The 30L was better, but wish they had a 25L.Doesn’t stand up on its own very well.
Adam McDowell –
This is not a hiking backpack, it’s design for your cameraIt is very well made, but does suffer from over emphasis on camera accessibility and not on comfort for wearer. If you have a heavy loadout spring for the waist belt too. If you do have plenty of opportunities to put the bag down you’ll be just fine. The 20L does fit under the airplane seat for stowage.
Holy Grail of BackpacksI fly weekly for work and like to have my gear with me. I have bought and returned so many backpacks looking for the right bag for me. This is it. Quality is amazing, and the 20 liter fits perfectly under every airplane seat I have had. In first-class you will even have room left to stretch your legs. My 15-inch Microsoft Surface Book 2 fits, tightly, but it fits. It has been a few weeks now, and the pocket has loosened up a little, but it is still about the largest laptop you will fit in the 20 liter. The expandable top is great for my compressible winter coat. There are lots of straps for attaching gear and things to the outside when needed.
Very Clean Looking BackpackReally nice backpack and feels to be made of really good materials. I foresee this backpack to hold up to several years of abuse. The latch at the top flap of the backpack is questionable. I could sure see this being the failure point of this bag before anything else. Also I’m not sure if I like the latch mechanism anyways. It is difficult when your pack is packed with a lot of stuff. Decent for a camera and some gear. I didn’t feel like I had too much worry about when the camera was in there, fairly padded. Overall, I own two different backpack from these guys and so far I am impressed. I recently switched to a new backpack brand for quality issues. So hopefully the quality of these bags last for a long time!
Bryan Macias –
Amazing Every Day Carry BackpackLately been looking for a new backpack as the one I have before this was starting to rip from constant use to and from work. Ended up getting the Bobby Backpack but I started to realize I didn’t like the fact that I would have to layer my items from least used to the bottom to most at the top, then items would fall down and misplace so I went and searched for another alternative.When I seen this I instantly knew I was going to make the purchase as it has shelve like liners and side zippers for ease of convenience for the items least used. Though my minor gripe and this was a personal issue, I’m 5’10” and ordered the 20L. Though all I had was nice and snug this felt a little small for me. I felt like I needed slightly more room and went to the 2nd latch but it just looked odd for my liking. I just now received the 30L and I believe I should of gone that route first. On the website they have a sizing chart and models with each size to see which is the best to buy for your body build.Pros:Flex-fold Divider/Shelving units for better organizationSpacious for everyday needsAnchor Key link – keys are no longer in my pocket.Laptop sleeve – Laptop no longer hits the floorCord Hooks – for external accessoriesCons:Midnight Blue color gets dirty often, might catch abrasions with timeSternum strap was a bit hard to unlatchSize was too small for my build
Better than v1 but not perfectI had the 30L v1 in grey, but it always felt a bit too large for my needs. The v2 in blue has a slightly shinier finish. Hardware like clips are redesigned and in particular the external carry straps are more robust. The magnetic parts in the shoulder straps are a nice touch. The lid seems a better shape and the internal pockets are much better, especially the new one inside the top flap and the adjustable laptop pocket. Now for the negatives. Still tends to tip over, if using the highest latches for the flap there is a gap.
Richard Smith –
Super Happy Happy HappyI love my new bag from Peak Design. I did a lot of research before plumping for this and I am not disappointed. The quality is first rate and my equipment is secure due to the excellent padding and overall quality. The 20L version is more than big enough to cater for my Fuji XT2 Mirrorless and three lenses, plus flash and still has room for more.Comfortable, excellent design and it looks great too. Happy, happy, happy.
Le sac parfait pour tous les jours. Très polyvalentLe sac et la marque de manière générale s’adressent à un public orienté photographie. Leurs produits sont également adaptés pour beaucoup d’autres usages du quotidien. C’est d’ailleurs pourquoi le sac phare de la marque s’appelle Everyday Backpack (sac à dos de tous les jours).Derrière la hanse du sac il y a un emplacement dédié au laptop, j’y arrive même à y glisser une tablette ainsi que quelques pièces dans une pochette dédiée.Il est compartimenté à l’intérieur grâce au FlexFold qui sont des étagères pliables et attachables via des scratchs. Le système est bien penser. J’accède aux différents compartiments via les ouvertures en zip latéral ou sur le dessus du sac. On peut également les retirer au besoin.Les straps me permettent d’attacher ma veste sous le sac, l’installation est rapide et intuitive, et je peux me balader sans encombrer l’intérieur du sac, et ça ne gêne en rien la marche.Une autre fonctionnalité que j’aime particulièrement c’est le sur-abusage des aimants sur le sac, il y en a sur quasiment toutes les pochettes, ça permet d’éviter que les objet parte ailleurs. Il y en a également sur les hanse, cela permet d’éviter de les laisser traîner par terre quand on a pas le sac sur soi. Il y a également un strap sur la phase pour l’attacher à la seconde quand on le porte, ça maintiendra le sac sur nos épaules, réellement utile quand on porte des vestes, le sac ne tombe pas.J’aime beaucoup l’anchor fourni avec, c’est une accessoire à attacher sur son trousseau de clé et qui peut être clipsé sur un fil extensible au sac. Il permet d’une part de ranger ces clés dans la pochette latérale et de les attraper facilement via cette corde. De plus, l’extension de cette même corde permet de déverrouiller ou verrouiller une porte sans détacher l’anchor.Mon avis sur l’Everyday BackpackLe matin je faisais un check-up pour être certain de ne rien oublier quand je pars. Maintenant je sais que tout est dans le sac, j’ai juste à le prendre et partir. Cette simplicité de fonctionnement, ça libère réellement l’esprit. Le fait de pouvoir compartimenté l’espace grâce au FlexFold permet de mieux l’optimiser et d’être organiser. Les accessoires (straps, anchor) sont bien pensée, il y a un très bon travail de recherche sur le design.Le prix est certes élevé, mais d’une part au moindre soucis involontaire avec le sac, un nouveau arrive chez vous gratuitement. D’autre part, il se justifie sur la qualité et la durabilité du sac, c’est réellement un objet qui durera dans le temps. Je regrette absolument pas l’achat du sac et d’autant moins la couleur midnight qui à un look incroyable.
Fabio Meucci –
Colore diverso, materiale diverso, strane graffiature in giro sul tessutoCome spesso accade su Amazon, colore diverso: quello che ordinate non c’è e vi viene mandato un colore a loro scelta. Inoltre lo zaino presenta in quà e là diverse macchie e macchiette che sembrano in alcuni casi proprio macchie, in altri casi parti logorate. Deve essere che come zaino costa poco (270 euro) per questo ti arriva in queste condizioni. Bisogna sapersi accontentare della roba troppo economica. Al prossimo torno a spendere 5000€ per lo zainetto da lavoro, almeno mi manderanno i colori giusti e sarà lavato e senza macchie.