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Just because you like to be in the great outdoors doesn't mean you're not in tune with technology. Oakley understands your needs, which is why they created the Bathroom Sink Backpack for you. It's rugged enough to keep up with you when you're wandering through the woods, but it also has a padded panel to protect your laptop or tablet computer and a media pocket with a headphone port so you can jam out to your favorite tunes on your walk to work.
  • Padded side-access panel protects small (most 13") laptops and tablets
  • Media pocket on lid with brushed lining and headphone port allows you to listen to tunes without having to stick your media player in your pocket
  • Abrasion-resistant bottom panel increases durability

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2 5

Not what I was expecting...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had the Kitchen Sink pack for years. Love it for travel, and found it to be a great pack, despite the weight. So when this one came out, I thought it'd just be a mini-me version... and it was, for the most part.

Sliding a tablet instead of a laptop - piece of cake - but miss the side access zipper to the tablet compartment.

There's no way a "real" caribiner will EVER work with this pack on the fastening area. I've tried many different sizes, so unless you're just using a lightweight aluminum key chain one, forget it.

My girlfriend used it on a 14er in Colorado, and I carried most of the weight. Pack has little cushioning and really isn't intended for hiking more than a few hours - if at all.

Decent pack, decent weight - but not meant for much more than just tooling around.

2 5

Too Small

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

When I bought this backpack, I bought it for school. At first it was great, but after a while this backpack wasn't big enough to keep all of my daily books, journal and laptop inside without squishing and cramming all of it in. I would not recommend this to students looking for a new school backpack.

1 5

Everything about this pack screams "no!"

How does a company that puts so much time and energy into researching the best materials for the job get it so wrong? This is the worst backpack one could ever take anywhere
This pack features more metal than a car and must be shouldered with no suspension to speak of. It's a heavy mess. All that decorative metal, multiple latches for a lid that could be used to hold an airplane down on an aircraft carrier, three metal bars for 'biners or bands or something?! This thing is a runway designer's concept of edgy aesthetics but a user's nightmare. Imagine starting with 5lbs. before you even start loading gear. It's a trip to the chiropractor just walking across campus.
Tac on the Oakley brand premium and you've just made a statement. And that statement is "My priorities are out of whack."