STM Haven Bag

by Benjamin Kerns

Nov 11, 2016

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Products / Travel

The sleek, cozy design of the STM Haven Bag makes it the perfect companion for the ardent traveler. It’s designed specifically to provide protection for your valuables, including laptops, phones and iPads, as well as to be worn comfortably no matter where you go.


It comes equipped with STM’s proprietary cable routing system, allowing you to easily store your cords and devices in such a way you can plug them in and charge them without removing them from the pack. The Haven Bag contains compartments for your laptop and tablet with a padded buffer underneath so they won’t rest against the bottom of the bag. If you drop it on accident, you won’t have to worry about causing a dent.


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The back panel is made of 3D foam that helps it conform to your body for a snug fit while the soft mesh and air channels allow for extra ventilation. This is great for keeping cool in warmer climates.


The bag is also water resistant, lightweight and even has a nifty sleeve for storing any paperwork like travel documents and passports. The adjustable sternum strap makes carrying it easier on your body while the stretchable bottle pocket is perfect for those who like to take their bag on a long hike.


The Haven Bag retails on Amazon for $99.95.


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