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Monday, March 31st, 2014 1:28 pm

YNOT: The Becket.

Posted by: kris

YNOT continuing to add awesome bags to their already extensive line with the Becket. One powerful little backpack with different closure options to keep you covered no matter what you’re hauling. Digging the outer ulock holster too…wondering why more brands don’t do this on the regular. More photos and the official press release below or you can just head here to snag one!

 

 

 

 

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Friday, July 5th, 2013 12:38 pm

YNOT Purps.

Posted by: kris

The YNOT crew is going to be releasing some of their current goods in new colors for the month of July. Their straps and the Tuck and Roll backpack are just a couple of the pieces they selected to give a little facelift. Peep everything here!

 

 


Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 1:11 pm

All-City Low Profile Pack and Tool Pouch.

Posted by: kris

Really into the materials used on these new All-City Low Profile packs and you can’t go wrong with a tool pouch to toss inside. Branding on these is sick too keeping the design clean overall. They’ve been working on these for over a year now so I’m sure they can take a beating. Swoop here!

 

 


Thursday, April 4th, 2013 11:03 am

Royal HC Day N’ Night Pack.

Posted by: kris

In a market typically dominated by mass produced and relatively simple soft goods a brand like Royal HC can really stand out. Quality handmade goods with a close attention to detail is what Royal is all about. The new Day N’ Night bag they dropped recently is evidence of a real knack for making solid shit by hand. Reflective strips and logo paired with AustriAlpin hardware make this one beast of a backpack. Weatherproof zips will keep all your goods dry on those wet spring days as well. Hit the Royal spot to get more deets and the store to snag one!

 

 

 

 

 


Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 4:21 pm

YNOT Pro Series: The Mongoose and Cobra.

Posted by: kris

It seems that when the dudes up north at YNOT drop some goods they keep them coming for a bit. Here’s a couple more additions to their line for 2013 with the Cobra and Mongoose. These both look real nice and right from the get go you have a choice between a messenger bag or backpack with their pro series. You can get the deets and swoop the Cobra here here and the Mongoos here.

 


Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 2:33 pm

Worked: Chrome Bravo Backpack.

Posted by: kris

When my Chrome Bravo showed up last summer to review I knew it would quickly become a daily bag. I carry around a Warsaw for work but that things a beast. If I’m going to film or hit the skatepark I usually want something a bit easier to move around with but still capable of hauling some stuff. The shots below show all I packed up for a little filming last weekend (minus the camera obviously ha). There was plenty more room in there but this is more or less what I have packed into this bag on the regular. There’s a little review below along with a bunch more flicks.

 

 

I found the Bravo size wise to be solid. Its not at all too wide and has the ability to expand vertically with the roll opened up. The compression straps that cross on the front of the bag also let you squeeze some more stuff in there though I found a much better use for those ha.

 

 

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Friday, January 11th, 2013 11:42 am

Chari and Co. Daypack.

Posted by: kris

Small backpacks are always a staple  on the streets. I’ve got a couple bags similar to this because they’re super convenient for being out and about on the bike, board or on foot. Dig the digital camo too…stuffs pretty popular right now. Chari and Co always with the cool stuff…swoop ‘em here.


Thursday, July 26th, 2012 4:08 pm

Testing Testing: Chrome District.

Posted by: kris

Earlier this week I picked up a District from the nice people at Chrome have already begun putting it to work. Yesterday I decided to see what I could fit into the beast that would be practical for a day of fixed freestyle/blogging. I was pretty stoked as I started packing my goods into the District to find that it can haul a good bit of stuff for such a small bag. There was easily enough room for everything pictured below and then some while keeping a good and comfy fit on my back. Beers, tools, computer, ipod, stickers, lock, pegs and more all tucked away nicely for easy carrying to spots. I’ll be taking with me as sesh stuff in the next month or so to get a feel for how this beast hold up. As far as I can tell, and the photos below show, I wont be needing another bag for cruising around town with any time in the near future. If you want to roll with a District of your own grab onehere! Peep a slew of shots I took of mine yesterday after the jump…


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Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 9:30 am

Chrome Bravo.

Posted by: kris

Chrome has certainly been busy this summer dropping bag after bag. Keeping the fresh back wear coming with two more new bags to finish out the season gives us the Bravo and Victor. Here’s the scoop on Chrome’s new do everything backpack, the Bravo, that’s ready to haul everything you need in a day and more. With a frame sheet in the back for shape and up to 40L of storage space you should easily be able to get what you need into this and wear it with comfort. Check the specs and flicks below because this things looks proper. I’m thinking of getting one of these bag boys so a review may be on the way!


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Thursday, April 12th, 2012 10:13 am

Kagero Roll Top from Blaq.

Posted by: kris

So I’ve kind of become a hoarder of bags as of late. I’ve been forcing myself to get rid of ones I don’t use to make way for fresh bits. I’m also a sucker for backpacks like the Kagero roll top here from Blaq. Looks well designed and real functional for carrying all your goodies. Patrick is making some fresh goods these days!