A keen student on functional aesthetics, designer http://freshnessmag.com/tag/alex-drayer/” target=”_blank”>Alex Drayer measured everything a globetrotting disc jockey would carry during the development process of his newest accessory. He even gone so far as to consult our mutual friend, https://twitter.com/DJClarkKent” target=”_blank”>DJ Clark Kent, and http://djyoungguru.com” target=”_blank”>DJ Young Guru, Jay-Z’s own sound engineer, to perfect all aspects of this his iteration, the http://redbullusa.com” target=”_blank”>Red Bull x http://lexdray.com” target=”_blank”>LEXDRAY – DJ Backpack.
As an award to the finalists from the http://redbullusa.com/cs/Satellite/en_US/Thre3style-USA/001243298434421″ target=”_blank”>Red Bull Thre3Style DJ Competition, this limited edition backpack features everything on a traveling DJ’s wishlist. Consists of four zippered compartments, including one lined with fleece for either a 18-inch laptop or an Apple iPad. Another compartment includes six mesh zipped pockets and four padded slots, perfect for memory cards, flash drives, cellphone, or a Shure needle case and a Serato SL4 audio interface. Similar to all other LEXDRAY backpack, there is hidden section on the pack’s back for CD storage. And for those old-school traditionalists, Drayer even added a section designed to hold 6 to 8 vinyl records.
Made in proven Cordura, weatherproof zipper enclosure and lined with a special duck camo print created by agency http://streetvirus.com” target=”_blank”>StreetVirus, the blue variant of Red Bull x LEXDRAY DJ Backpack will be available only to Red Bull Thre3Style finalists. But starting in April, a black version of the pack, with grey-scale duck camo liner, will be available at $405 USD through http://lexdray.com” target=”_blank”>lexdray.com and select retailers.
Release Date: April 2013