Recently reviewed by The Gadgeteer, Timbuk2 constructs durable bags tailored to customer specifications. Bag builders begin by choosing from myriad bag blueprints, such as the classic messenger ($100), outfitted with a TrueFit cam buckle and a Napoleon pocket; a swig backpack ($100), perfect for laptops; or a lex backpack ($130), equipped with a padded back panel to make a heavy load of bricks feel like a heavy load of feathers. Each 2D selection will enter a cocoon of computer choices before emerging as a fully developed, three-dimensional bag that renders gravity powerless over textbooks, laptops, and totally complete state-quarter collections. Bags are customized by size, exterior color scheme, binding and logo color, and liner color. Add color to your Internet-delivery route with a large, ballistic-nylon limeaide laptop messenger bag ($160), or stylishly stroll to class with an extra-small, lightweight eula tote accented in shades of pacific blue and silver ($49).