Arc'teryx Blade 28


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The Blade 28 provides terrific organization for stationary and folder items, dedicated protection for up to a 15-inch laptop, a sleeve to secure a tablet, plus carrying capacity for clothes and toiletries. The Blade also handles and organizes personal electronics, travel documents and work tools. The Arc'teryx bag has a thermoformed back panel for cushion and support so it works well as a pack for long days out. It also has comfortable dual density padded shoulder straps that tuck away simply for carry on situations.

The Blade 28 seems much larger than it is because of a well thought out accessibility and organization in the main compartment. The clamshell design opens entirely flat for complete access to everything in your bag, this makes all your items easy to see and grab as opposed to up-ending the whole bag just for a small item for example. There is a zippered portal on the side that provides quick entry. Clothing can be stored behind a zippered panel in the main compartment; this keeps it separate from computers and paperwork. Laptops are protected in a three dimensionally shaped, fully padded pocket.

For all your little trinkets like pens, wallets and business cards there is an internal organization pocket. But for the safety conscious Arc'teryx have gone one step further and thoughtfully designed a zippered security pocket and ingenious stash pocket with a cable pass through so devices can be charged without removing them from the pack - genius!

Smartphones can be secured in a stretch mesh pocket and a dump pocket makes it easy to stow cables and power cords. Additional organization includes an external stash pocket with key clip. A discreet pocket in the back panel stores travel documents accessible without leaving them exposed for those dodgy chancers on the streets. A real all rounder and must have for city slickers going about their daily business. 

  • Front pocket with organization slot
  • Internal sleeve compartment for tablet computers
  • Side accessed internal padded sleeve fits 15” laptops
  • Side security pocket with key clip
  • Discreet back panel pocket
  • Separate zippered main compartment
  • Zippered panel behind main compartment for clothing and toiletries
  • Top and side grab handles
  • Dual-density shoulder straps
  • Thermoformed padded backpanel adds comfort


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