Sometimes it can seem that you need to carry around everything but the kitchen sink just to make it through the day. This can be especially true if you're a student or busy parent that needs to travel between home, work, school and everywhere in between. Luckily, Oakley has created a backpack just for you. I'm sure it's not a coincidence that their marketing team decided to call this versatile backpack the Kitchen Sink. This computer backpack is definitely not for lightweights and packs a punch to your wallet at a retail price of just under $ 200. However, many reviewers say that the money they spend on this unique bag was more than worth it.
The thing about backpacks is that they seem to end an awful lot of wear and tear. A lot of people need to purchase a new backpack every couple of years. This can add up quickly after after going through many years of high school, college, and graduate school. The Kitchen Sink is built to last for many years so you only have to purchase one backpack that will be durable enough to make it through all your schooling. This is also a very versatile backpack for traveling and will keep your contents safe, especially your most prized possession – your laptop computer. Your computer is stored in a side compartment so when you need to go through airport security all you need to do is undo one zipper. No fussing around and trying to pull it out and shove it back in.
Unlike other backpacks that press hard against your back when packed to the gills, the Kitchen Sink remains soft and comfortable with any load. Some people who own the bag say that the more items you put in the backpack the more comfortable it is to carry around. For an added level of security the bag features locking tabs that you can use with a small lock to prevent theft. Even if you're done with school The Kitchen Sink can still help you out with your daily commute. Need to stop at the gym on your way home? No problem. Use this computer backpack to consolidate both your briefcase and gym bag. It can accommodate all that and more including your laptop computer, books, water, snacks, shoes, and other electronic accessories. The only downside to this backpack is that you might have a hard time finding smaller items inside like gum, keys or Chapstick, so you might want to get a small pouch for keeping track of smaller treasures.
Source by Brian Moffat