If you only get to have one bag in your life, you’ll be doing yourself a favor with the latest Eugene Backpack from Nike SB. Built for a guy always on the go using some of the oldest standard issue fatigue developed by the U.S. Army‘s Engineer Research & Development Laboratories, this Lowland (ERDL) Woodland Camouflage bag packs in style and has a strap or cinch for just about anything you need to carry, but with a smaller overall profile than Nike’s Shuttle Bag. You get a heavily padded laptop storage compartment at the back with easy access along with two internal mesh zip pockets in the large main compartment, complete with a hanging clip. Nike also built-in a smaller front nylon-lined compartment, perfect for keeping your gear’s smell from contaminating the rest of your stuff. Nike rounds out the look with four side pockets, a mesh padded back panel, adjustable shoulder straps, a wear resistant bottom, an ergonomic chest strap, and Nike branding on the back panel and straps. However you look at it, this is one of the best and baddest packs on the market. Head to Chapter to claim yours.
Nike SB Eugne Backpack Lowland “ERDL” Woodland Camouflage Edition