Way 1: How to wear a laptop bag?

- Jun 30, 2020-

How to wear a laptop bag depends on the type of laptop bag you buy.

In this article, I will focus on two different types of laptops: laptop cross-body bags and backpacks, and handbags and laptop tote bags.

Essentially, there are two ways to carry a laptop bag, which I will explain below:

Method 1: Put the laptop bag on your shoulder

Laptop bags (for example, messenger bags and handbags) basically have an adjustable strap that you can wear on your shoulders.

The advantage of this way of carrying a laptop is that you can easily remove the laptop from your shoulder and then put it back.

Handbag or laptop bag

Choose a strap size that is wide enough. You want the belt to stay well on your shoulders.

The best way to put a handbag or laptop bag on one shoulder is to keep adjusting the belt until your hand can easily hold the bottom of the bag or hold the handle (if you want).

The reason for this is to prevent the belt from slipping off the shoulder and to prevent the bag from swinging inwards excessively.

Messenger laptop bag

The best way to carry a Messenger laptop bag is on your entire body, because the weight distribution is better than wearing it on one shoulder.

When you wear a messenger bag on your body, you can almost hands-free.

Unlike a laptop computer bag that easily slips off its shoulders, a laptop bag carrying a cross-body bag can be firmly fixed in place.

Just rotate the laptop forward from the back to get the laptop.

The risk of putting a laptop bag on one shoulder

No matter what bag you have, and if you put it on one shoulder, you don't need to consider any risks.

Security: When a thief puts it on his shoulder, it is easy to snatch a laptop bag. However, it is difficult for a thief to take away his bag when he wears it all over his body.

Spine pain: Putting the bag on one shoulder may look cool and fashionable, but prolonged use of this method will bend the spine and eventually cause muscle, neck, back and hip pain. This is bad for your body posture.