from $32.99

We are always on a prowl for the ultimate backpack that will not only impress us with its quality but will also prove to be extremely functional, durable and fashionable. With that in mind, we are featuring the backpack that just about satisfies every single of the aforementioned qualities. This backpack was especially designed for surfers but it will serve anybody who is constantly on the move. We are talking about Drifter Backpack, designed by SOVRN Republic.

Drifter Backpack handles

High quality canvas and leather makes this backpack very durable

SOVRN Republic is a premium lifestyle brand that has been producing fantastic looking carriers that can fit just about anything you need when travelling – footwear, clothes, travel documents, beach towels, wallets, cameras, tripods, toiletries. You can store all your bulky possessions at the bottom and soft at the top. The Drifter Backpack is made from durable quality canvass in combination with leather materials.

Drifter Backpack straps

With its three PVC handles, shoulder strap and side mounted strap, you can carry the Drifter in any way you like

The backpack has three PVC handles, a shoulder strap, side mounted utility straps, compression straps that compact everything down and a mesh pocket which can be used to store water bottles. The zippers are sturdy and strong and look like they can survive rough handling. The backpack also has a tripod/GoPro pole carrier.

Drifter Backpack capacity

The Drifter Backpack has a capacity of 30 liters, which means that you can pack a whole lot of stuff in it

The Drifter Backpack’s dimensions are 18.5″ (height) x 11.8″ (overall width/side to side) x 6.7″ (overall depth/front to back) and its capacity is a respectable 30 liters. This is a convenient, stylish, low-profile, durable backpack that is amazingly versatile for relatively cheap money. The SOVRN Drifter comes in three colors – Black, Khaki and Charcoal.

Get it from Amazon here.


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