15.6" Spruce™ EcoSmart® Checkpoint-Friendly Backpack
Pass through airport security efficiently with a sleek yet durable backpack designed with eco-friendly materials and a spacious interior.
- Made from 100% recycled PET polyester and PVC-free material
- Patented checkpoint-friendly design unzips to lay flat for TSA screening
- Dedicated tablet pocket helps to protect your device
- Trolley pass-through luggage allows the bag to sit securely on top of your luggage
- Convenient quick-access pockets to stash your gear
A perfect blend of style and storage, the Spruce™ EcoSmart® Checkpoint-Friendly Backpack is designed to protect widescreen laptops up to 15.6" in size. Eco-friendly to its core, it’s constructed with polyester made from recycled plastic bottles and features nickel-free hardware and recyclable plastic components. To store your essentials, the backpack features a key clip, water bottle holder, MP3 player, business card holder, pen loops, and accessory compartments. A quick-access front pocket provides a convenient place to store items while on the go. The padded back panel and adjustable shoulder strap allow for a customized, comfortable fit. A colorful green interior lightens the case, making items stored inside more visible. Both sleek and sporty, the Spruce line offers a durable option with carefully selected materials to minimize your carbon footprint.
Turning Bottles into Bags
On the journey from bottle to bag, plastic water bottles are first shredded into small flakes. Those flakes are re-polymerized into plastic chips that are then heated and spun into yarn. Finally, that yarn is stitched and sewn into the fabric of our EcoSmart bags.
Fly Through Airport Security
Keep your laptop safe and protected while you travel with our patented checkpoint-friendly design. Just unzip the bag, lay it flat on the conveyor belt, and send it right through the X-ray machine. Your laptop stays inside of its dedicated pocket inside the backpack during the entire security check where it’s safe from bumps, drops, theft, and from being left behind at the TSA checkpoint.