Despite the internet making the world a smaller place, designers are still expected to spend an inordinate amount of time travelling around to visit clients, sites, or generally lugging kit about with them.
For this reason Booq has designed the Boa, a special backpack with the creative sector in mind.
A laptop compartment has been densely padded to fit up to a 17” mobile workstation, meanwhile there are exterior pockets keep small valuables such as phones and cash concealed, while the side pockets will fit a water bottle and keep business cards or pens handy.
A zip pocket on the top of the bag conveniently guards small items such as a phone, MP3 player or action camera, while a malleable interior compartment allows users to enhance or collapse the main and bottom compartments, making room for a DSLR camera, large headphones and other necessities.
The Boa’s weather-proof ballistic nylon exterior is equipped with water-repellent coating and a rain cover with reflective elements to provides visibility in low light conditions.
It’s reportedly comfortable too, with a shoulder strap system boasting three adjustment points, giving the user control of the backpack and its load distribution.
Air mesh back padding will stop you sweating like a 70s TV presenter in court, and comfy also.
All Booq bags come tagged with a Terralinq serial number that once registered, may* help reunite you with your lost and found bag.
Another big weekend is approaching and while you leave your desk behind, don’t feel you can’t take all your kit with you…
*A bag full of expensive electricals?…Good luck with that one…