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Page 2 in the conversation "Handbags and duplication" by Janet
Jaime, somehow this Baltimore girl doesn’t mind the backpack thing — it is easy enough to wear it on one shoulder and under the arm if I am in close quarters and feel a little more protective. Plus the bag has an entry pocket that sits against my back that I can tuck my wallet and phone into if I have any doubts. A pickpocket would be sadly disappointed to nab anything else in my bag.
So since this subject has come up... I have discovered to my annoyance that museums don’t let you carry backpacks on your back anymore... I get it, but it ruins the whole ergonomic point...
I have 4 AK backpacks - black, cream, burgundy, cognac. So, yes, duplicate and get both the teal and the snakeskin. I do only use the black one constantly, but when I switch my stuff into one of the others, I'll coordinate outfits around it for a week or 2, till I switch back.
Janet, I have three of the AK backpacks; black, rose gold, and snakeskin. I like your cobalt one very much and think you would find the snakeskin quite versatile.
Sharan, yes! That design is very good for a little extra security.
Catherine and Laurie, glad to know I am in good company!
Keep us posted on how you like the new addition!
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