The Man-Pack, up close and personal

15 Jul

Earlier we were introduced to the Man-Pack thanks to an interview with its designer Aaron Tweedie.
This time, we will check it out closer and highlight every details that make the difference with a regular bag … Man-Pack, the test.

Photo 2-07-13 6 30 22 PMThe material is a soft cotton, looking good and not scratchy when wearing tank tops.

The inside, good capacity with enough space to carry
Photo 2-07-13 6 29 49 PM. an iPad,
. a solar panel Nomad13
. a Guide10 and Sherpa50 external batteries from Goal Zero.

The big zipped pocket in the back is great for wallet, cards, small change, metro card…
The other inside pockets (3) are small but great for cables and earphones.

To zip your bag you have 2 zippers easy to secure with a S-biner or a lock (this is handy when taking the metro and you want to avoid shoplifting).
Photo 2-07-13 10 21 45 PMThe outside, one front magnetic pocket ready to welcome my Blackberry.
Possibility to clip 3 pens. Also on the right side of the pack, there’s a smart retractable netted pocket where I can store safely my Brita bottle, love it!

Photo 2-07-13 10 28 35 PM (HDR)On the back of the bag, there’s an easy to reach zipped pocket where I store my metro card, business cards and small change. Very handy.
The strap is wide and distribute well the weight on the shoulder and back.
There’s a small magnetic pocket on the strap where I hide my tissues.

So … ChaseIt or BChased ?
ChaseIt because its a good product (plain and simple) you’ll have pleasure to carry around during your urban adventures.
It’s useful, and you’ll have plenty of spaces to store what’s important to you.

Don’t wait anymore, you still have time to back this project on Kickstarter, go back the Man-Pack 😉

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3 Responses to “The Man-Pack, up close and personal”

  1. betunada July 19, 2013 at 7:39 AM #

    i hope you’re kidding.

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