28 Oct Larimer Rucksack by Case Logic
People often prefer to receive practical gifts they can use for Christmas, rather than getting something that will end up tucked away in a drawer or some corner of their room never to be looked at again. If you have people who take occasional short trips, students or commuters in your family or circle of friends, the Larimer Rucksack by Case Logic will make both a functional and stylish gift.
The Larimer Rucksack
Practical and stylish, this well-designed rucksack features modern colour blocking coupled with a lovely interior print. It has a thickly padded compartment perfect for laptops with a display area of up to 15.6 inches; a dedicated slip pocket for tablets (up to 10.1 inches) and a zippered pocket at the front to keep small important items secure, yet accessible.
Made from hard-wearing 600 D polyester complete with a water-repellent coating, it also has a drawstring closure underneath its lid to make sure everything inside is kept safe and secure. The lid itself is secured via two press-stud fastenings. The Larimer rucksack’s external webbing lash point is large enough to accommodate sneakers or a hat, for example, and the adjustable back straps are broad enough to ensure comfort.
Measuring 28 cm x 23 cm x 48 cm and weighing in at only 0.6 kg, the Larimer Rucksack is available in a choice of two colours, Petrol Green and Hudson Blue, from Amazon at an RRP of ££49.99, as is its ‘little brother’, the Larimer Rolltop Backpack, (RRP £39.99), which is equally well made; measures 25.9 cm x 22.1 cm x 47 cm and has a padded pocket large enough to fit a tablet with a screen size of up to 10.1 inches. Both products come with a 25-Year warranty.
Functional, stylish and very well made indeed, this promises to be a very durable rucksack recipients will doubtlessly appreciate, regardless of whether they end up using it to carry their laptop or fill it with overnight necessities for short breaks. Highly recommended! Please visit www.caselogic.com for more detailed information and stockists.