The Electric Induction Backpack is a utilitarian travel pack designed with surfers, skaters, and snowboarders in mind. Its unique design is functional and good looking.
The Induction comes with practical pockets that hold electronics snug and protected while still allowing for quick and easy access.
The Induction back-panel compartment is a great addition that most other backpacks don’t offer. The compartment keeps valuables secure while wearing the pack in transit. It’s great for holding passports and other personal items.
I’ve been pickpocketed twice using a traditional-style backpack: once in Europe and once in South America. It sucked. Wish I had the Induction back then.
The Induction is a standard-size backpack, so it’s great for school, day trips, carry-on travel, and taking it up the chairlift, to the skatepark, and to the beach.
The pack’s unique in that it holds much more gear than its appearance belies. What I like most about the backpack is that it maintains its rectangular form whether it’s holding a little or a lot of stuff. The bag never caves in on itself, making it really convenient.
The front panel opens up completely making it great for carrying and easily accessing camera equipment.
Dimensions: 10″ x 20″ x 12.5″
Electric Induction Backpack Features:
Large main compartment with interior organizers
Lined and padded laptop compartment with side access
Fits up to 17-inch notebook
Easy-access top and back compartments
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