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Booq expands line of Boa bags with three new additions

updated 12:40 am EDT, Fri October 2, 2009

Boa flow, nerve and squeeze laptop bags

Booq has expanded its line of Boa bags and cases with the release of Boa flow, Boa nerve and Boa squeeze. Each bag delivers a ballistic nylon exterior and water repellent coating, and is capable of fitting up-to 17-inch Macs or 15-inch PCs. The Boa flow somewhat resembles a standard backpack design with a series of extra pockets and compartments to hold everything from computer accessories to water bottles, along with media players or school work. It also comes complete with breathable back-padding for additional comfort, and stands approximately 17" x 14" x 8" in size.

Boa nerve is a large laptop messenger bag with a removable laptop sleeve and a rubber resistant bottom. It features a large front pocket with built-in organizer, adjustable shoulder strap with removable pad, and a handle on the back. The bag includes five different external pockets for holding various accessories, and three internal flapped pockets. Its dimensions are 19.7" x 14.2" x 5.1" and it weighs roughly 4.9lbs.

Boa squeeze is a more compact-style backpack with a densely padded laptop compartment, two exterior neoprene stretch pockets, two zipper pockets on each side of the bag, and one larger center zipper pocket. When opening the bag up users get an additional four lining slip pockets, along with a stretch mesh and two Velcro pockets. It includes Airmesh back padding for improved comfort and airflow and is designed to help protect laptops from bumps and scratches that can occur during transport. As the smallest of the three bags, the Squeeze is about 17" x 11.8" x 8.6" in size and weighs approximately 2.9lbs.

All three bags can be purchased directly from the company's website: the Boa flow is priced at $200, while the Nerve is either $130 or $150, and the Squeeze bag is $100.






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