Kick, push, tech: Uravgconsumer gives top picks of backpacks for under $100

Backpacks for adults used to be reserved for geeks and skateboarders.

With the tech boom intersecting hip-hop and pop culture, backpack swag grew to a multi-million dollar industry. So did its functionality and sticker price.

Judner Aura, aka, Uravgconsumer, reviews six tech backpacks designed to hold and store and compartmentalize a number of items with safety and security. As well, these backpacks offer simple, yet clean designs that compliment your fashion sensibilities. From the minimalist who seeks security to the gadget friendly traveler who loves to compartmentalize, Aura covers a range of affordable, durable backpack gear.

Judner Aura of Uravgconsumer

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