Unsettle & Co. Commuter Duffel Pack

Jun 26, 2017

Category: Gear

Nothing like a little modularity to help ease the burdens of everyday commuting. At least that seems to be the motivating factor behind Unsettle & Co.’s new Commuter Duffel Pack – outfitted to handle any amount of carry items and gear you may need during your daily trek to work, school or the gym after hours.

Thanks to multiple compartments, the duffel pack can expand from 40L to 62L in a matter of moments and hosts a whole slew of convenient features ideal for the urban computer. It comes complete with an interior drawstring, a full access main compartment, shoe compartment, side coin pocket, tuckable backpack straps, a padded laptop compartment, and dry-bag inspired roll top for easy closure. The pack even comes equipped with a shoulder/yoga strap to make carrying your mat around that much easier (though you could also fit it in the bag if need-be as well). Unsettle & Co. is currently crowdsourcing funds for the project now on Kickstarter so feel free to check them out if interested.

Purchase: $119+

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