We said before and we will say it again. The market is not lacking of backpacks. However, if you are looking one that does not take on the rugged-look styling, but is still rugged for today’s urban warriors, this is it, the X-Bumper Backpack by Hong Kong-based Kore Design. It is essentially a survival backpack for road-going urbanites who demand a style away from the jungle. Typically, non-rugged look don’t quite appeal to me, but X-Bumper striking design had me hello. It looks like a carry bag, or a should bag, or a giant-ass man-purse, but it is in fact, a well-rounded and uber stylish backpack that we thought would go well even if you had a two-piece suit on.

X-Bumper Backpack for Urban Warrior by Kore Design

It has a ton of features that qualify it as a modern day, urban survival backpack and these includes water repellant material paired to high-quality waterproof zipper, a pair of comfy handle for hand carrying, padded internal laptop sleeve, added protection from a multilayer padded base, concealed back cushion, gadget-friendly pocket, integrated charging compartment, easy access hidden storage and “scientific anti-theft design,” padded adjustable shoulder straps, RFID safe hidden pocket, an re-engineered frame opening, and a multi-purpose easy reachable side pocket.

In addition, it also an extra which no backpack like such has: an insulated pocket that can keep your cold beverage cool so you can enjoy a cool drink when you are dealing with the heat that comes with the hustle bustle of city life. No, seriously. How often do you get an insulated pocket with a backpack unless maybe it is meant for camping and such? Rarely, or we would even say, none at all. The X-Bumper Backpack is worthy urban survival backpack for any gadget-toting urbanite who are equally style conscious.

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If X-Bumper Backpack tickles the urban survivalist in you, then you want to consider pre-ordering one from Kore Design’s Kickstarter campaign. Prices start at 780 Hong Kong dollars, which works out to be around a hundred dollars in USD. Sounds like a reasonable sum to shell out for an abled bag, don’t you think? Keep going to catch the product pitch video.

Images courtesy of Kore Design.

Submitted via TIP US page.

Published by Mike

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

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