A lot of you guys liked the Monsoon Gearslinger backpack by Maxpedition that Chad wrote about a while back. That backpack is pretty cool looking but not nearly as interesting looking at the backpack by Solid-Gray. This futuristic, sexy, and sleek backpack is made from polypropene block copolymer which basically means that it’s made out of super strong plastic that is very difficult to break. Although it’s difficult to say how practical the backpack is, it idea behind it is pretty sound.
The interior of the Solid-Gray backpack is lined with EPDM foam which allows it to protect the contents of the bag when dropped. The backpack also has a folding hardshell and features straps to securely hold a tablet or laptop. The material its made out of also allows the backpack to keep things dry on the inside on those rainy days.
Although it’s hard to imagine carrying a lot of things in this backpack, it does at least have a couple of compartments for keeping small things secure as well as built-in document clip for all of your paperwork. Because of its flexible fit, it is apparently pretty comfortable to wear as well (to be tested).
The Solid-Gray backpack measures 19.7×12.x7.9 inches and weighs in at 2.535 pounds. Not too sure practicality wise but I really like the unique design. In terms of aerodynamics, this could be something motorcyclists could use if it was a tiny bit smaller and of course if it was comfortable to wear with their riding gear.
Depending on the color you choose, the prices range between $180 to $208. Check out the Solid-Gray website for more details.