DSPTCH Modern Utility Ruckpack

Apr 18, 2017

Category: Gear

DSPTCH has set themselves apart among bag makers thanks to a seamless combination of rugged utility and city ready style. Just look at their new Modern Utility Ruckpack and you’ll see what we mean.

On first look you can tell that the bag is based off an old school military design, but features some more modern elements and less overall bulk. For easy access, the top of the pack features a drawstring closure that incorporates a top flap for extra storage and protection along with a panel loading system on the exterior of the bag. In an attempt keep everything light and ready for anything the city has to throw at you, DSPTCH used a waterproof nylon polyester blended fabric that is both durable and light. And, to top all of this off, the 25 liter Ruckpack proudly features a laptop sleeve and a special HDPE and aluminum back support system that keeps everything structured and stiff for comfortable extended wear.

Purchase: $240

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