Learn More About Laptop Backpacks
With stylish, convenient laptop backpacks from DICK’S Sporting Goods, it is easy to carry your valuable electronics and other gear. Choose from classic school-style backpacks, hiking backpacks, briefcase-style packs and more, all with specialized designs to help you stow and carry your laptop computer.
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For outdoor excursions, travel and other adventures, you can find laptop backpacks with water-resistant tarpaulins, ballistic nylon construction, leather lash points and other features to help protect your computer from the elements.
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When you’re shopping for a laptop backpacks, consider the uses you have planned for your new backpack.
- If you expect to use your backpack solely for school or commuting, your top priority might be an extra-large main compartment with capacity for several large books or notebooks, along with a padded compartment for your laptop.
- If you need a laptop backpack for outdoor activities or extended travel, look for a backpack with additional water-resistant features to protect your valuables in wet weather. You may also want to choose a backpack with a hip belt to help distribute the weight of your pack while you carry it for hours at a time.
- To find the right backpack for you, try making a list of the items you expect to carry in addition to your laptop computer, then look for a backpack designed to carry those objects. Different laptop backpacks may have specialized compartments or pockets for water bottles, sunglasses, wet clothing, tablet computers, shoes, media players and other items.
- For long walks to school or the office, you can choose a laptop backpack with wheels and a retractable handle for easier carrying. Rolling backpacks are also convenient on crowded buses and other situations in which wearing your pack on your back may not be ideal.