Who says business bags have to be boring? This summer, travel in style with the all-new Taskin Edge. This sleek business backpack offers all the utility you need for the office and none of the gimmicks or boring design. Best of all, it’s affordable.
The Taskin Edge is designed to provide business travelers with a stylish look while also offering all of the space you need for your job. The backpack features a balanced shell-body construction that allows it to stand up straight for easy access through the top. It even stays standing when it’s empty. Inside you’ll find an adjustable laptop strap that helps keep it protected inside a padded compartment. It fits laptops up to 17 inches.
The clamshell opening offers 360-degree access so you don’t have to shuffle around to find your supplies. The Edge also features deep exterior pockets for your smartphone or wallet, along with a side pocket containing a retractable key-reel. This way, you’ll never leave home without your keys again. One of the best perks is the shape-shifting bottle holder that flattens out when not in use, but can also hold its shape when opened. Those traveling in warm climates will appreciate the ergonomic design with stay-cool airflow channels.
The hidden back pocket is great for protecting your valuables, while the external USB ports make it easy to charge your phone on the go. There’s even a carry-on attachment so you can secure it while you fly. The Taskin Edge retails for a limited time for only $124 plus shipping. First orders already began shipping so check out the website to see how you can get your hands on one today.
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