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Contemporary Masculine When your “computer bag” is your old backpack from college, it’s time to upgrade to a more professional look.  The Cambridge ($175) from Lo & Sons is a casual, but professional choice for daily carry. Made from high-quality water-resistant nylon, The Cambridge is big enough to use as an overnight bag, but small enough to use on your daily commute. It features a padded pocket for laptops up to 15 inches, plenty of interior pockets for your cords and electronics, and a detachable messenger strap if you are the “over the shoulder” type

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Contemporary Masculine When your “computer bag” is your old backpack from college, it’s time to upgrade to a more professional look.  The Cambridge ($175) from Lo & Sons is a casual, but professional choice for daily carry. Made from high-quality water-resistant nylon, The Cambridge is big enough to use as an overnight bag, but small enough to use on your daily commute. It features a padded pocket for laptops up to 15 inches, plenty of interior pockets for your cords and electronics, and a detachable messenger strap if you are the “over the shoulder” type

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