Peak Design x Huckberry Tech Pouch

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The hunt for the best bag for EDC is one of the most challenging, due in large part to the difficulty in finding the exact amount of room for all your gear. Not enough organization and you end up leaving essentials at home, and too much of it is an inefficient use of weight and space. That’s where pouches and pocket organizers come in, offering you a modular and consistent setup, no matter what bag you’re using. And at the front of the pack is Peak Design’s Tech Pouch with its innovative Origami-inspired organization system that stores an unprecedented amount of gear for how little space it takes up. It’s become an easy EDC favorite, and now a partnership with Huckberry for an exclusive colorway gives it a fresh new look for those looking to pack for the extra mile.

If you’ve yet to see what the Tech Pouch can do, it’s a durable, high-capacity, take-anywhere tech organizer that’s tough enough for the scraps and scrapes of being carried around or tumbling inside your daily pack. Outside, a recycled weatherproof 200D nylon canvas and a weather-resistant #8 Zoom zipper keeps your tech gear protected. Inside, the accordion-style organization lets you find what you need at a glance, while elastic loops and a zippered compartment keep your smaller items secure. A cable pass-through from the main compartment to an outer pocket lets you charge a device on the go. Thanks to its 9.5“ x 6 “x 4“ size and unique internal design, there’s more than enough space and padding to keep a ton of your cables, devices, and small essentials protected.

The Huckberry exclusive in black and brown leather remixes the original black and sage colorways with a leather logo patch on a black exterior along with a co-branded Peak Design x Huckberry interior print. The rest of the Tech Pouch retains the versatile organization and performance of the original design, ready for whatever excursion—and bag—it finds itself in. Pick one up before it’s gone at the link below.

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