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{ie x DSPTCH Daypack

Bernard Capulong
{ie x DSPTCH Daypack

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All too often you’ll come across a bag that does everything you could want… except actually look good on your back. That’s not the case with DSPTCH’s Daypack, which nails it in terms of fit and balance thanks to its minimal yet utilitarian design. As a change of pace from their usual understated ballistic nylon offerings, DSPTCH dropped a special edition charcoal speckle twill Daypack in collaboration with {illustrated example. Other updates include waterproofed RiRi zippers and reflective tape on the front zipper for visibility (and nighttime flexing). Aesthetics aside, it’s got the same functionality for carrying your daily essentials: a main compartment with space for water bottles and a tablet, a dedicated laptop compartment, and a quick-access front pocket loaded with mil-spec webbing for organizing gear and keeping cables in check. Scope the full capsule collection of bags, accessories, and apparel at their website.

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Ashley Woo ·
Love the look and features of this pack! After exploring their line of products, I was surprised, however, to find no shots of the interior of this bag on their site...I def. wanna see more :-)
Bernard Capulong ·
DSPTCH's design direction for their bag lineup is very purpose-driven, with each offering designed for a specific use case, setting, or load size. As a result the internals are pretty bare bones, not pocket crazy, but a few slots, mesh zips/pockets, and webbing here and there. Instead, they're more like bags to toss stuff into, and then use organizers/pouches of your main essentials to switch between them quickly. I didn't get this at first cuz I was a "single bag" kinda guy, but now I get it.
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