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This is a perfect hybrid bag for someone who lives on the edge of Active and Professional. It would also be perfect for those people who are in college, and working full-time. And more than anything, this would be the ultimate bag for the traveler in your life. This bag has separate but equally large compartments, which allows the user to carry two sets of very different gear; and the combination of these two compartments, gives you have one VERY compartment large enough to carry a bicycle wheel (in case that’s ever an issue), or even artistic supplies and a canvas.

Read more: Tack Sling Bag Is A Tote And Backpack Hybrid That Can Carry Oversized Items With Ease

Sometimes, you want the convenience of a backpack to free your hands up. Other times, you want the simplicity of a tote bag. The Tack Sling Bag can function as both, all while adding a clever facility for carrying oversized and odd-shaped items.

Made by SSCY (the same guys behind that Bandolier Bag we loved so much), it’s a top-loading bag that comes with a shoulder straps for carrying on your back, as well as a top handle for stringing along like a tote. That way, you can strap it on your back while riding a bike, then carry it on your hand while making your way to the office. And, yes, your office is a coffee shop in the corner that lets you use WiFi all day, while only ordering a couple of desserts.

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