Some men avoid carrying a bag because, they have not come across a bag that is designed with men in mind. Well, that may change because, now there’s the Bolstr Utility Pocket. Bolstr Utility Pocket is a crossbody bag that is crossed between a sling bag and a wallet.

While Bolstr Utility Bag is tiny, it is totally up to task gobbling up your daily essentials. It really is a utility bag.

Bolstr Utility Pocket
Top & above: Bolstr Utility Pocket

It has a dedicated smartphone pocket, a passport/wallet sleeve, x-band for charging cables, and offers quick access pockets for credit cards, ID, and AirPods or a mask or hand sanitizer. It even has your sunglasses covered – thanks to a sunglass keeper on the strap.

Bolstr Utility Pocket further boost an asymmetrical design, 1680D ballistic nylon construction, YKK water zippers and hardware. It will fit into the brand’s latest small carry, the Bolstr Small Carry 3.0 too. So, in a way, the Utility Pocket is a like a ‘deployment bag’ of sort that you bring along when you reached a destination.

Bolstr Utility Pocket Crossbody Bag Indiegogo
Bolstr Utility Pocket + Bolstr Small Carry 3.0

In addition, Bolstr have partnered with streetwear boutique Xhibition to offer a version of the Utility Pocket as well as Bolstr Small Carry 3.0 in Dyneema, a light and tough non-woven fabric that is said to be stronger than steel. Best of all, IMHO, Bolstr products are made in the good’ol US of A.

Both the Bolstr Utility Pocket and the Bolstr Small Carry 3.0 are available on Indiegogo InDemand, as a bundle or individual items, with a starting price of US$59. You can learn more in the video below, or hit up the pre-sale campaign page and dive into a lot more details.

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All images courtesy of Bolstr.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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