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Aer Work Collection

Mikey Bautista
Aer Work Collection

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The bag you carry says a lot about you. And if you mean business, Aer's latest Work Collection of bags was made for you. Aer has shown their skill for designing sleek, dual-purpose urban EDC bags with their previous Travel and Active collections, all equipped with activity-specific features and EDC-worthy materials. The new Work Collection is no different, giving mobile professionals sleek and minimal pack options to organize, protect, and keep their essentials handy.

The Work Collection takes Aer's familiar silhouettes and gives them some thoughtful upgrades, keeping in mind the needs of the professionals that will be using them. You have five bags to choose from depending on your capacity needs and carry preference. Each design features a coated, water-resistant front panel and Cordura 1680D nylon construction throughout the rest of the pack exterior. The plain flat front gives the bags Aer's signature clean look, letting the bags fit in any office, whether it's a boardroom or your favorite coffee shop.

Three of the bags—the larger Tech Pack, the Day Pack, and the Commuter Bag—come with the Work Collection's new feature: a toolbox-inspired, free-standing design that lets the bags stay upright on a flat surface. Paired with the interior organization and half-zip design of of the bags' main compartments, this keeps your essentials within reach so you can easily grab a pen or cable without having to fumble with a bag always in danger of falling over. The Tech Pack's larger 16.2L frame gives it space for three compartments, two side pockets and two padded handles. The Day Pack follows suit with a smaller, 15.4L option for a lighter carry for daily commutes. And for EDCers who prefer slings and messenger bags, the Commuter Bag gives a 10.2L option with a large, organized main compartment paired with a dedicated laptop compartment.

Also part of the Work Collection are the Tech Sling and the Cable Kit. The Tech Sling bumps up the capacity of their original Day Sling up to 7L from 4.5, and gives it an adjustable padded strap you can wear two ways. The Cable Kit helps manage all your tech and smaller essentials with its two zip pockets, internal strap and pocket organization, and quick access external pocket for additional storage.

No matter how and where you work, the right bag is essential to your productivity. Take your pick from Aer's new Work Collection at the link below.

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Cameron ·
just looked at their backpack tech bag on their website I think they just missed one thing on it... a lay flat/ tsa friendly laptop area. it has a separate laptop area but the zipper doesn't go all the way down or have a or a sleeve to hold it n place
Check out GoRuck bags. I love that feature about them. Also very durable.
Mikey Bautista ·
My current backpack has a similar dedicated (half) slot and I actually prefer it to a lay flat system because it means I can pull out may laptop quickly without needing to open any other main compartments. When I used to travel I'd just take out the laptop and lay it on top of the pack in the plastic bins to pass through the x-rays.That said I do understand the appeal of lay flat packs, just not for me. :)