Even street taggers can be neat freaks. If you're the type, throwing all your paint cans in a sack probably sounds too disorganized for comfort. You need something better, like a Graffiti Utility Backpack.
Stay organized on and off the diamond with the EASTON® Sport Utility Premium Backpack Series Walk-Off Backpack, which features an external helmet holder, a vented shoe compartment for cleats, a felt-lined top pocket and more to help you keep all your baseball essentials organized. The padded back and shoulder straps offer comfort.
|Product Name:||Brooks Dalston Knapsack Small Utility Backpack - black|
|Weight:||approx. 935 gram (manufacturer's specs)|
|Dimensions:||25 x 38 x 14,3 cm|
Showers Pass looks like something you’d see on somebody’s back in NYC, maybe, at least the stylish ones, and that’s a big statement. Second to my current Teton life, I’ve found NYC the toughest place on gear. New Yorkers walk everywhere, are constantly fighting through thick crowd and slamming into walls and subways and windows and such. In the past few years es-pecially erratic weather has pounded the pavement there harder than the Monday morning rush hour. If you have 2 or 3 long blocks from the subway to your work, any case that’s not fully wa-terproof runs the risk of turning into a mesh fish net by the time you hit the revolving door. The Utility Backpack marries backcountry toughness to urban steeze to give you something that stands up to the rowdiest of weather but looks good over a suit.
The Graffiti Utility Backpack is made from tough, coated 16-oz. cotton canvas, measuring 12 x 18.5 inches. Aside from spraypaint cans, the inner compartment has organized slots for a laptop, paint pens and spraycan tips, along with multi-purpose pockets for anything else you might want to carry around. There are hidden straps for holding a skateboard, too, in case you're that much of walking cliché.