Review: Samsonite Tectonic Laptop Backpack PFT

Review: Samsonite Tectonic Laptop Backpack PFT
December 21 16:30 2013 Print This Article


Recently I’ve had the chance to review the Tectonic Backpack from Samsonite. This is a really cool and fashionable backpack that is super comfortable. It’s pretty much the backpack for anyone, not just a student or a techie. I really love this backpack because of the amazing features it provides, especially regarding airflow.

The backpack is really comfortable and light with tons of pouches and compartments for storage. It has a really efficent laptop pouch which any student will need. The zippers are really well built as well. Here are some features:

  • 1682 Denier Nylon – Nylon is a high strength, durable material with excellent wear properties. The term ” denier” (D) refers to the size of the yarn used: the larger the denier the bigger the yarn.
  • Top carry handle – Allows you to lift the case with ease and comfort, or carry it by hand when rolling isn’t an option.
  • Laptop compartment – Is a built-in padded compartment designed to carry your laptop computer and help protect it from shocks while traveling.
  • Padded shoulder strap – Are designed for comfort and ease of carrying. Non-slip shoulder pads attached to the strap disburse weight more evenly on your shoulder while you travel. A swivel clip at the end of the strap helps prevent twisting.
  • Water Bottle holder – A side mesh compartment designed to hold your water bottle.

In regards to airflow, this feature really blew me away. When the backpack touches your back, there’s mesh pads on the back allowing air to flow through so you don’t come to class with a sweaty back! There’s absolutely no sacrifice to quality with the Samsonite Tectonic.

Pick one up today from Samsonite.


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Jonathan Yaniv
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