DSPTCH Gym/Work Bag

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Carrying both a gym bag and work bag to the office doesn’t make sense. It’s completely impractical, and a huge hassle to say the least. That’s why the San Francisco based crew at DSPTCH have developed this gorgeous hybrid Gym/Work Bag.

Crafted from a weather resistant 1680D ballistic nylon, the blacked out bag was designed to consolidate your daily carry. The 23-liter bag has been lined with moisture-resistant nylon packcloth, and is outfitted with designated compartments for both your laptop and tablet. But it doesn’t skimp on the essentials for your workout gear. There’s a ventilated shoe compartment for carrying your favorite trainers without stinking up the rest of your gear, and a hidden security pocket on the floor of the bag is a nice place to stash those valuables. The bag measures in at 22″ x 10″ x 8″ and is compatible with the brand’s shoulder pad. [Purchase]

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