At first glance it looked weird. Then I used it for a couple days. Good god does this bag do it all well. Seriously, so much organization, so well built.
- Weatherproof — this sucker is so well protected against the elements!
- Excellent materials — this bag will last a looooooooong time.
- Excellent organization — I fell in love with how it organized all my stuff.
- Very comfortable — these straps, there’s something about them… so comfy.
A very unique look for a bag. Kind of urban utilitarianism.
Amazing amount of external access and organization on this guy. Like a hipper version of the Tom Bihn Synapse 25.
The whole thing is water resistant and built with excellent materials.
Very comfortable back panel and straps, regardless of how much you pack it full.
Other Bags to Check Out:
The Freerain24 2.0 from Matador is an unbelievably light pack that offers incredible packability and water resistance for your daily travel needs.
A truly worthy daily carry bag with simple and useful innovations and rock-solid build-quality. I. Love. This. Bag.
The Day Pack from Aer's Work Collection was instantly one of my favorite simple daily carry bags because it's minimal frame but high-functioning insides.
The Everyday backpack from Peak Design is delightfully innovative and thoughtfully conceived. It's definitely a design for the centuries.
The Homebase series from Tortuga features this incredibly lightweight sailcloth material that's water resistant and super strong. (It feels light and scary! But it's damn strong stuff.) This makes for an incredibly light and resilient travel bag.
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