DSPTCH Brings Back the Ruckpack for Its 10th Anniversary

Giving the brand’s first-ever backpack a modern update.

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In celebration of the brand’s 10th anniversary, California-based DSPTCH is now bringing back the military-inspired Ruckpack, the company’s first-ever backpack, made entirely in the U.S.

This time around, the utilitarian design experts are offering five different colorways for the backpack, with black, gray, olive and navy constructed out of ballistic nylon while a black multi-camo version comes in Cordura. It retains the same 25L capacity but boasts slimmer dimensions than its predecessor thanks to a more streamlined design update from the brand. The interior carries numerous compartments allowing you to better organize your accessories, with a dedicated compartment capable of carrying up to a 16-inch laptop, all working together with a panel-loading design that provides quick access to the main compartment whenever needed.

All five options of DSPTCH’s updated Ruckpack are now available for $275 USD over on the company’s website.

Elsewhere in fashion, Henbo Henning has released custom embroidered Carhartt jackets.

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