Maxlite 5-laptop bring-on journey tote bag

(8 customer reviews)


  • one hundred% polyester
  • imported
  • magnetic closure
  • padded laptop (up to fourteen”) and pill sleeves offer safety for electronics. Organizational pockets store strength cords, powerbanks and different necessities
  • quick get right of entry to, magnetic the front pocket is good for storing a mobile cellphone or different essentials. Outdoors facet pocket holds a water bottle, compact umbrella or other accessories
  • polyester fabric with duraguard coating resists water and stains to preserve bags searching exceptional. Unobtrusive rear strap fits across the extension take care of of a rollaboard or spinner suitcase for at ease stacking and arms-free mobility
  • ergonomic, excessive-tensile-electricity zipper pulls are tough yet clean at the arms
  • sponsored by means of travelpro constructed for a life-time limited assurance. Dimensions: eleven x 21x 5 inches weight: 1. Four lbs
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product description

the entirety she desires in one perfect bag! The maxlite five women’s tote supplies large on performance in a compact, light-weight bring-on. Corporation is easy with indoors wallet for everything from strength cords and lower back-up batteries to cosmetics and accessories. Padded laptop and tablet sleeves hold your electronics blanketed, while a brief-access front pocket with magnetic closure is right for storing a cellular cellphone, keys or other requirements. There’s even a side pocket best for a water bottle, compact umbrella, gloves or other convenience. A rear strap lets you stack this bag on a spinner or rollaboard for arms-unfastened mobility.


One Size


Black, Dusty Rose, Slate Green

8 reviews for Maxlite 5-laptop bring-on journey tote bag

  1. K_Rad_430

    Great bag for traveling- nice looking, simple and classy. I love how it fits over my carry on handle. Easy access pockets on the front and back keep me from needing to dig through my bag for small items, and the zipper top keeps my things in place through security and under seats. Lining, exterior and straps are durable which is great for me since I love to jam 10 pounds of crap into a 5 pound bag. And I love all of the pockets inside of the bag, too! They make it easy to keep my planner, notebook, pens and phones separate from everything else and easy to access. The only reason I gave this bag 4 stars is because it is not very stiff/sturdy and tends to topple over every time I have my laptop in the bag, and that just ticks me off. Additionally, my laptop is a pretty standard size and doesn’t fit in the technology pockets, so that annoys me too. If you are working with an iPad or a chromebook, then you’re probably fine, but a standard HP laptop doesn’t fit in the tech pockets. Given the excessively wide bag, I’m hoping this will be improved in the future… and that they’ll send me a free bag for this constructive review 😉 Read more

  2. Mrs Presidio

    This has all the potential to be a really great bag, but it just come up short. The good: It is really, really roomy. I took an 11” laptop and a 1” briefing binder on a trip, together with all my phones, cords and other junk and it had plenty of room. I really like the slide over handle band in the back. It sits really securely on my travelpro roll aboard — it sticks out a little on each side. The little magnetic pocket on the outside is a game changer — perfect for cell and passport. Made me feel organized and less stressed about where I put things. The bag: Not enough structure. If you load down this bag, it is still kind of floppy. The sides aren’t quite stiff enough. The straps also don’t go all the way to the bottom, so if you have a lot, it just sags. The pockets aren’t reinforced enough. There is a great interior pocket that is perfect for a wallet, but putting one in made the side flop over. The magnetic pocket on the outside worked wonderfully when I was traveling on my own, but on a family trip where I was trying to keep track of 4 passports, it was enough to make the side flop down. The bottle pocket on side didn’t seem very secure, even with a full water bottle — I kept worrying it would fall out. Read more

  3. K. J Johnson

    I love this bag! I even gave it as Christmas gifts. I’ve had many coworkers purchase it as well after seeing mine. It’s a lightweight bag, but still very sturdy. It’s built to fit over the handle of my big roller bag, so it makes it easy and balanced when pulling it. It slips upright under most airplane seats, and on its side on smaller planes. The pockets are handy and hold my passport, pens, tablet and mask-stash easily. The middle is deep and handy to carry my shoes, apron, snacks, makeup, purse, work tablet, books and even more. The bag itself barely has weight, so it’s comfortable to carry on my shoulder. After 32 years of flying, I finally have a tote bag I brag about and really love! (I guess loving a bag is a flight attendant thing!!) Read more

  4. Di

    I travel every week for work. I replaced my previous briefcase because it was too heavy and would not stay on my shoulder. This bag is lighter, has more room and does not slide off my shoulder. Also the material looks great and does not show wear and tear of which I do a lot. For those road warriors out there, this is a great choice. Read more

  5. L. Guillermo

    A good carry on for traveling. There is sufficient space for my iPad/lap top and personal essentials. I do wish the handles were made a little wider and/or thicker. It does feel a little flimsy. I like the outside pockets to hold tickets and passports for easy access. Read more

  6. Karen Hice Guzman

    Got this bag to go with a few pieces of Travelpro luggage in a different “line”. I have traveled with it several times and really like it. It’s slides easily over the telescoping handle on my suitcases. It has padded slots for both a laptop and a tablet. One of the things I really like is that it fits upright under the seat in front of me on a plane – i.e. no turning the bag on its side. I have been able to put lots of stuff in it – laptop, wallet, a couple books, a couple folders, glasses, and a sweater – and it still has room. I will say it feels a bit too large – wide, actually – to carry around at conferences. The last conference I attended, I tucked one of my regular tote bags into my suitcase to use once I arrived. Read more

  7. LuvBoots

    Very nice bag, I’m pregnant and I’m going to use it as my hospital bag and probably a travel bag after. I docked it a star because the description says dusty pink but it’s actually closer to purple. Still a pretty color, just not what I was expecting. Read more

  8. L. Rocksvold

    Besides for looking pretty I loved it while traveling as it held so much, had lots of pockets and slipped over the luggage handle. My only disappointment was that it was not the same champagne color as my travel pro pathways luggage pieces. I do have to say that the pink is quite a pretty color anyhow so I just went ahead and used it. I would definitely recommend it, even when I just went over night to visit someone I took all my odds and ends I put my iPad and everything else I needed in it so it’s quite handy and attractive too. Read more

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