Following the successful launch of its ALPHA 31 rucksack, California-based technical gear workshop Remote Equipment has now turned its focus to something more streamlined for the day-to-day commuters and city warriors, crafting the CHARLIE 25 technical daypack.
Retaining all of the company’s design philosophies, the CHARLIE 25 comes at a reduced size of 25 liters, perfect for your daily use while boasting a whole range of features that allow it to tackle harsher terrains if you’re out for an adventure. The bag is constructed out of technical laminated fabrics that are both rip-stopping and weather-resistant, while plenty of carrying options allow space for any gear you’ll need, including high-stretch pockets for water bottles, dedicated tablet and laptop sleeves, a night-ready loop for your tail lamp or reflective bungee, and even a spot for a three-liter hydration bladder for those longer treks. To make life easier, the CHARLIE 25 also utilizes a dual-access design, combining a cinch-top for quick access from above while a YKK zipper splits open the bag down the middle for a layout mode.
For the adventurers out there, Remote Equipment’s CHARLIE 25 is now available for pre-order over on its website, going at $270 USD, with the option of adding the two Org Kits at an extra $80 USD.
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