FaZe Kay Explores Las Vegas with New RIMOWA Collection

Taking the Never Still Backpack on an all-city adventure.

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After gaming collective FaZe Clan‘s recent expansion to Las Vegas, some of its professional Esports players have grabbed their RIMOWA bags to make the move into the group’s new outpost and to explore their city. In search of the best vantage points and space to decompress, FaZe Kay packed his essentials into a new backpack and weekender from RIMOWA’s Never Still collection, the first soft-sided daily lifestyle assortment from the famed luggage and accessories maker, and invited HYPEBEAST along on the ride.

 

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With his Never Still backpack in tow, FaZe Kay maintains the pace of life he experienced while living in L.A., but with a change of scenery. Placing his gaming controller in the pocket of the backpack, FaZe Kay rides around Las Vegas on his dirt bike, looking for the perfect stop to unwind from the busy nature of the city. The front of his backpack also features a metal clasp that’s unique to RIMOWA bags, which keeps his essentials secure throughout the day. The new bags from RIMOWA were selected by FaZe Kay in a Black color, but the collection also includes silhouettes in Gray, Cactus, Desert Rose and Saffron.

RIMOWA’s Never Still Backpack also comes in a smaller size with different front pocket configurations. For those looking for a bag suitable for a longer trip, the collection includes a weekender and a tote. The bags in this unisex collection are all crafted from premium materials like a durable water-repellent canvas and full-grain leather that is built to last through many adventures to come. You can shop the collection now on RIMOWA’s website.

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