Topo Designs Daypack

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The Topo Designs Daypack is a mid-sized bag meant to get you through a full day of activity. Inspired by vintage outdoor goods, this bag blends retro looks with modern construction and functionality. Featuring a durable 1000D Cordura nylon construction, padded laptop sleeve, fully lined hi-vis interior, and internal organization panel, the bag makes it easy to store and retrieve your gear. The Topo Daypack’s 22.4 liter capacity is a great middle-ground for carrying your daily essentials without the pack itself getting in the way. It wears comfortably, even when fully loaded, thanks to the padded back and breathable mesh shoulder straps. If you need a bag for just the essentials that doesn’t look overly loud or tactical for everyday wear, consider this capable daypack from Topo Designs.

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I don't mean to be a jerk, but I feel like someone who'd be interested in this should probably read the following:
http://www.everydaycommentary.com/2014/12/topo-designs-day-pack-review.html
I've read his review, and I also own the bag. I also own the Maxpedition Pygmy Falcon II that he wishes he had brought with him. I think bags are a very personal item, and each one is going to suit individual needs differently. I've also posted a review of this bag, you can check it out if you'd like - http://edjelley.com/2015/10/05/topo-designs-daypack-review/. While the bag isn't perfect, it's definitely not a bad bag if it does what you need it to. Thanks for reading!
Absolutely; bags are very individual. I just wanted to provide some information. Many of the critiques seem, to me, like fundamental and objective flaws with the pack, especially compared to other packs that are cheaper and just as well-made. For example, it doesn't come with a sternum strap; for the money, it should come with it and let you remove it if you don't want it. Also, the small item pocket is inside the main pocket, which objectively makes it very difficult at best to access if the main pocket is packed. And the water bottle pocket is also almost unusable with the bag packed. I think a lot of the critiques add up to a bag that was designed with form over function and it hurt the usability. It's a pretty bag, and if you're not going to do really heavy use with it or whatever it's probably fine.
For my money, I'm getting a Tom Bihn Synapse 25. It's not a lot more expensive, but you get 3 more liters of space, and a lot better design and functionality, and it looks just as good or better. That's really the main thing. Why buy this when better is out there?