For this week's giveaway, we've teamed up with Case Logic to offer MacRumors readers a chance to win one of the company's new Larimer Rolltop Backpacks. The backpack is available in "Hudson," a mix of blue, mint, yellow, and green, or "Petrol Green," a mix of green, tan, blue, and red. It's described by Case Logic as a utilitarian daypack that's able to hold a ton of stuff thanks to a multitude of pockets and an expandable rolltop feature.
Like many Case Logic products, the Larimer Rolltop Backpack is made from a durable 600D polyester with a water-repellent coating, which is designed to stand up to damage. Padded, adjustable straps ensure it's comfortable to wear for long periods of time even when packed with gear.
The backpack, which has a matching multi-color diamond-patterned interior lining, can hold a MacBook up to 15 inches in its padded laptop compartment, and there's also a slip pocket for a tablet up to 10.1 inches, which will accommodate the iPad Air 2, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, or a smaller tablet.
Accessories can be put inside a zippered front pocket or an internal zippered pocket, and with the rolltop expanded, there's additional space for any essentials. A nylon web is attached at the bottom for securing a hat or shoes.
The Larimer Rolltop Backpack can be purchased from Amazon for $49.99, but four MacRumors readers will be able to get one for free through our giveaway. To enter to win, use the Rafflecopter widget below and enter an email address. Email addresses will be used solely for contact purposes to reach the winner and send the prize.
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Top Rated Comments
Look at my profile icon. That's my face when looking at this backpack.
Setting the colors aside for a moment, the roll top just seems very inconvenient. Any time you want something out of the main compartment you have to unsnap, unroll, remove item, re-roll and re-snap. That seems like it will be very annoying after about a day.
I get the waterproofing aspect. But it just seems like a huge price to pay in convenience.