If you ever felt carrying a North Face backpack around the city is a wee bit out-of-place, well, it probably is. I mean, not everybody mind carrying an outdoor backpack in an urban jungle, but if you do, then you really should check out the EVERGOODS CPL24 and MPL30 Crossover Backpacks. As the product name proposed, these backpacks are thoughtfully designed to transition seamlessly from concrete jungle to the actual jungle. It has the construction and features to meet the rigor of outdoor use, but with the aesthetic that won’t be out-of-place in and around town.
The funny thing was, that was my thought when I was at Camarillo Premium Outlets last week, staring at one of the discounted North Face backpack and imagining out how it would be awfully out-of-place for my daily use. Not surprisingly, I did not take the plunge despite it having an attractive sticker. Anyways, what I am trying to say is, EVERGOODS CPL24 and MPL30 Crossover Backpacks could be the answer to modern homo sapiens need for both urban and outdoor living without ever worrying about owning one too many back. Hell, you could even hit up the great outdoor right away after being stuck to your loathsome office desk for the entire week. Well, that’s assuming you have all the stuff you need for the wilderness in the backpack, of course.
Some of the notable features include side carry handle with aluminum stay, top carry handle, multiple way and direction of access, padded/suspended laptop pocket, weather and abrasion resistant textiles, zipper pull tabs, external pocket with key leash, contoured shoulder straps, hydration bladder compatible, light cool interior for visibility, utility attachment points, clean profile for minimizing snagging and catching, foam padded bottom panel – just to name a few.
If you are up for it, you can find the EVERGOODS CPL24 and MPL30 Crossover Backpacks on Kickstarter where you can pre-order a unit at a discounted price of $209-249. The campaign has exactly a month to go, but already, it has well surpass its set funding goal of $45K. At the time of this writing, the backpacks have received love from nearly 300 backers contributing over $75,000 in funding. So, yeah. The backpack is a go. However, delivery won’t be so soon; it will only happen between December 2017 and March 2018. So, expect quite a bit of wait there.
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