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Matt: New Backpack: Aer Fit Pack

Matt: New Backpack: Aer Fit Pack

As an interim update to my 2017 gear post, I’d like to strongly endorse the Aer Fit Pack 2 as my new primary backpack, replacing the Lululemon bag I suggested before. It has better material, much better zippers, a logical design, more pocket distribution inside, and it’s cheaper! I put this bag and its predecessor through all the rounds, including taking it to Burning Man, and it’s been a champ. If you’re reading this and work for Automattic, this bag is also now available as an official choice for your bag and it’ll come embroidered with a cool logo. (Previously we only offered Timbuk2.)



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