When it comes to utilitarian gear, DSPTCH is at the head of the pack. Not only does the brand place an emphasis on durable, long-lasting design, but it draws its inspiration from over a decade of knowledge within the space, adapting, innovating, and evolving its already-established offerings to produce better goods over time. Now, in honor of the outfit’s 10th anniversary, it’s very first backpack is receiving a modernized renovation.
The Ruckpack, which was originally based on a traditional military rucksack, was the first backpack that the brand had ever produced, bringing a slimmer, more lightweight offering to the masses. For this unique renovation, the backpack is taking on five exclusive finishes/colorways, including a ballistic-nylon-clad black, gray, olive, and navy, and a Cordura-based black multi-cam iteration. Aside from its visual differences, the pack remains committed to its original architecture, boasting a similar 25-liter capacity, laptop compartment, and small-item pockets, as well as a panel-loading design that provides quick, unimpeded access to your most important items. Of course, all of this wouldn’t mean much without the bag’s more streamlined appearance, proving once again that DSPTCH is a force to be reckoned with within the EDC space. Head to the brand’s website to pick up one of your own for $275.
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