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    Bags for taller people?

    I've been looking around for a new all purpose backpack and doing this research I came across your web site.

    I love the look and functionality of the Smart Alec, but the FAQ says that it's suitable for people up to 6'2" and I'm 6'5". I see that I could use the Brain Bag but it's really a larger bag then I want for everyday use.

    Are there any plans to make some of your bags in "tall" shapes? If not please consider this a hopefully request. :-)

    Thanks for making what look like beautiful bags!

    Cheers,
    Adam.

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    I'm 196cm (6'43" I think) and own a Smart Alec. I use it every day to carry my laptop (and many other things) since I purchased it a few years ago. No problem.

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    Thanks for the info!

    Quote Originally Posted by ratdeau View Post
    I'm 196cm (6'43" I think) and own a Smart Alec. I use it every day to carry my laptop (and many other things) since I purchased it a few years ago. No problem.
    Great news, thanks! I wonder what the FAQ means then when it says not suitable for people taller then 6'2"? I guess it's just not an optimal fit ...

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    Wow: 6'43" - that's probably a typo, because that's 9 feet 7 inches tall! Anyway, these fit guidelines are general, not hard and fast rules. So many variables: longer legs means a shorter back, shorter legs means a longer back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Bihn View Post
    Wow: 6'43" - that's probably a typo, because that's 9 feet 7 inches tall! Anyway, these fit guidelines are general, not hard and fast rules. So many variables: longer legs means a shorter back, shorter legs means a longer back.
    193 centimeters are indeed 6 feet and 43 inches tall.

    I have both a long torso and long legs (some of us are lucky that way) LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Bihn View Post
    Wow: 6'43" - that's probably a typo, because that's 9 feet 7 inches tall! Anyway, these fit guidelines are general, not hard and fast rules. So many variables: longer legs means a shorter back, shorter legs means a longer back.
    Your system is way to difficult for me! Choose what you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ratdeau View Post
    Your system is way to difficult for me! Choose what you want.
    Where did you get that little icon/app etc...?

    It's awsome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by backpack View Post
    Where did you get that little icon/app etc...?

    It's awsome!
    It's a part of a website screen capture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by backpack View Post
    Where did you get that little icon/app etc...?

    It's awsome!
    Looks like the original is...

    http://www.heartandcoeur.com/convert/convertb.php


    Karl


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