Shrine Sneaker Daypack

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Our friends at The Shrine are on a mission to change the way we travel with a line of finely crafted travel goods. The San Francisco based crew has a knack for sneakers, and have rolled out another product to help keep your high tops in tip top shape – the Shrine Sneaker Daypack.

A backpack built for grown men, this thing is crafted from ultra durable 1050 Denier Nylon fabric. On the inside there’s room for all sorts of gear with a designated area for your 17-inch laptop in the rear padded segment. The selling point with this bag though is the convenient fold out, ventilated compartment designed specifically for toting your prized possessions – your sneakers. The bag is available in your choice of either black or olive, and retails for $150. [Purchase]

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