Mission Workshop Rhake Backpack

Nov 10, 2017

Category: Gear

Big, weatherproof commuter packs often come with one main compromise – they lack good internal organization. The new pack from Mission Workshop bucks that trend. Introducing The Rhake.

This rugged American made backpack features a large weatherproof 22-liter main compartment for stuffing larger items and a series of smaller external pockets. While most packs that feature exterior organized pockets usually lack waterproofing, the Rhake retains the two layer weatherproof construction throughout. All four of the large exterior pockets on the bag feature YKK AquaGuard zippers, and either USA-made Duraflex or AustriAlpin Cobra buckles for extra security. For carrying your laptop, the bag has a dedicated sleeve large enough for 15 or 17-inch computers, along with a zip-out mesh water bottle holder. The bag is available in 500D multicam with mil-spec Cobra buckles, or in grey, olive, and black in high-tenacity HT500 with Duraflex buckles. And to top it all off, they’re guaranteed for life.

Purchase: $365

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