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Airport Accelerator | By Think Tank

The Airport Accelerator by "Think Tank Photo", is a legal carry on backpack which meets all domestic and international size requirements. It accommodates two pro size DSLR’s, 6-8 standard zooms plus an iPad and up to a 17” laptop. The bag also includes a waist belt, a side water bottle pocket, a tripod/monopod mounting system and seam sealed rain cover. Watch the video




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NIKE AIR MAX 1 GREY/WHITE/ORANGE | Image

NIKE AIR MAX 1 GREY/WHITE/ORANGE

With materials between the classic suede and mesh the NIKE AIR MAX 1 emerges in the international market in another colorway. The model provides a neutral combination of white and gray with contrasting orange details located in areas lining and on the front panel toebox. It should be on the market this April....
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UNDER-THE-JACK LAPTOP BAG | Image

UNDER-THE-JACK LAPTOP BAG

The Under-The-Jack Pack is a ultra-slim laptop bag you can wear under your jacket or hoodie! The bag is available in two sizes, to fit a 13” or 15” laptop, and features a padded backside, two zippered compartments and adjustable shoulder straps. Ideal for hiding your laptop in a rough neighborhood, on crowded subways, or commuting on a bike to work, to name just a few. watch the video Available now at Betabrand, for a special pre-order price of $61.20 $68.00 (10%...
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SCUMBAG | BY BLIND CHIC | Image

SCUMBAG | BY BLIND CHIC

Another awesome bag by Hungarian bag manufacturer Blind Chic. Scumbag is the result of a unique collaboration of Blind Chic and Lokál Skateshopis (shop owned and run by skaters, in Budapest). During the design process Blind Chic involved the skaters to help them create a functional design for city commuters/skaters/riders. The result is a Roll-top backpack made from waxed cotton canvas that features a front panel attached by 4 front and side buckles. This detail all...
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