Timbuk2 Launches Its New EDGE Line of Packs for All Weather Conditions

Something for every commuter with capacities from 20L to 60L.

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Having grown from a one-man workshop in California to a default bag brand of cyclists around the country, San Francisco-based Timbuk2 continues to expand its collection in 2017. Choosing clean lines to amplify its functional construction, the newly introduced EDGE line harnesses a futuristic look with four pack styles built for commuters and riders alike. All four of the bags in the collection include features like laptop pockets, reflective mesh panels, and detachable rain covers to keep you visible and protected in bad weather. With capacities ranging from 20L to 60L, and colorways from an attention-grabbing red to a more subdued black and gray, EDGE is versatile enough to suit the needs of both city-goers and outdoor adventurers.

Coinciding with the lookbook for the line, Timbuk2 has released a video showcasing the bag in action on the streets of the city. You can see the bag on the move below, and learn more about the Robin, Parker, Clark and Bruce packs from the EDGE lineup on the official Timbuk2 website.

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