The Umlindi backpack is a favourite from Hill People Gear’s lineup. Adam gets into the fine detail.
The Troubador Apex is a luxe, but not loud, backpack designed for every day, whether that’s in the office or the airport. Jeff Grant reviews.
The Evergoods CHZ26 is the Bozeman duo’s take on the simple daypack. It takes their Crossover approach and does something new with a classic design.
Jed tests the Charlie 25, leading up to their Kickstarter campaign.
Readers of The Perfect Pack should be no stranger to Bellroy by this point in time. Functional and stylish carry goods are the name of the game, and this time we’re looking at the newly released Transit Backpack. This is Bellroy’s first travel-oriented pack, and in our opinion it was worth the wait. The Transit
Brand Introduction Boundary Supply is a small team based out of Utah that has been around since 2015. With their lead designer Brad Mayer hailing from Bellroyand Gregory Mountain Products, and Cavin Nicholson the CEO of Boundary launching several successful Kickstarter campaigns with Coalatree. Boundary takes pride in making sure that all products and factories they
Known first and foremost for their game changing slim wallets, Bellroy is synonymous with slick and stylish carry goods. Based out of Melbourne, Australia, Bellroy now brings even more to the table, with everything from backpacks to innovative phone cases. We also owe thanks to Bellroy for funding the fantastic content creators at Carryology, which
Brand Introduction Here at The Perfect Pack, we like Mystery Ranch. If you’re not familiar with them, they’re a Montana-based manufacturer with a pedigree in the outdoors/mountain industry, who have grown to make packs for the military, fire service, and more recently towards the ‘everyday’ market for urban commuters and students. If you’re a regular
Get an insight in to the Kaban’s design with Ben Guthrie and Randy Schwartz from The North Face…
n the Retail world, ‘Back to School’ is a major calendar event. It drives sales across all kinds of industries, and not just for children. For many folks it’s just code for the end of summer, change of seasons in business and leisure….