Adidas Y-3 Sport Backpack

Apr 27, 2016

Category: Gear

If you are looking to get out on a run or hit the trails on your bike for a quick ride but don’t want to leave behind a handful of items, usually your only option is to throw them in an oversized backpack or to somehow throw them in your pockets (if you have any). The result is an annoying and jangly jaunt through the neighborhood or down some trails. This high-end pack from Y-3 (Yohji Yamamoto’s Adidas line) is designed to solve that problem.

Built to fit close to your body so neither the pack or the contents bounce around while you’re moving, this hydration-system compatible pack is ideal for light carry. As breathable as it is form fitting, its ClimaCool construction won’t completely stifle you on warm weather runs. On wet runs – the waterproofed and black reflective 3M build will keep your contents dry and you visible for any cars on the road. When available, these retail for $410. [Purchase]

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