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Oakley Men's Kitchen Sink

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  • 100% Nylon
  • Made in USA or Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • 1" high
  • 1" wide
  • Padded side access panel to fit most 17" laptops
  • Water bottle side pocket
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Product Description

Large sized backpack with lid style opening, single panel main compartment, padded computer panel with side entry, two side pockets and front organizer panel.

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 20 x 14 inches; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: 92060-001
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #332,516 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    It's well made & very roomy!
    The side pockets are not effected by what is in the main compartment and its really easy to get things in and out.
    Overall the pack is very sturdy and looks great.

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    63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By KriticalKorean on April 28, 2012
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Initially, I had buyers remorse after purchasing this bag due to it's hefty price. I considered canceling the order before it shipped and purchasing one of those Swiss laptop backpacks that I see all my fellow Metro Rail riders wear. What kept me from following thru was that nagging feeling that I was just going to fit in with the herd and regret not going with my gut reaction after falling in love with the Kitchen Sink once I saw it on Amazon.

    Just received my package from Luggage Base (free shipping a plus) on Monday and everyone, including my neighbor who received it for me from the delivery guy was amazed. We all were impressed by the sheer presence the bag has alone. It definitely looks like a mans-mans kind of bag. I began transferring all of my messenger bag contents into the Kitchen Sink to see if it was more form over function.

    Here is the break down of items: 2 text books and pad folio full of notes in the laptop section. A large Stanley thermos (1.1 qt), a Zojirushi Classic Bento Vacuum Lunch Jar in the main compartment. A 27oz L.L.Bean stainless steel water bottle in both side pockets. All of my pens, markers, high liters and correction tape went in the front pocket. My Gerber multi tool slid in perfectly into one of the rigid pockets inside as well as my portable digital storage devices. The hard undershell top case holds my shades, of course, as well as my ear plugs for my iPhone. I need to mention that every thing I stuffed into the bag still left me room for more. I'm considering using the wet pocket that zippers open from the bottom for more water bottles since I try to stay hydrated enough to pee clear (sorry if TMI).

    Now to test out how comfortable it is to lug all this on my commute to/from work.
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    21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By The Man on February 7, 2012
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase

    I had been looking for a replacement bag to replace a High Sierra backpack I have owned and used almost every day for the past 7+ years. I read all the reviews on this bag and I am glad I went with it. It has a heavy gauge construction exterior and the zippers, snaps and buckles are of excellent quality, I should get many years of service from this backpack. It has a ton of room inside and lots of extra pockets to hold all your favorite gadgets including a padded laptop section. I have personally had over 50lbs. in the pack and it was still comfortable to carry. The straps are wide and padded for your comfort. There are several adjustable straps that allow you to tailor fit this bag to your body type. All I can say is "Awesome" glad I went with this.

    Now the Cons:

    A little bit pricey, but after you get it you will see why. Top notch materials and craftsmanship. This bag should easily outlast my last one.

    The hard storage pocket in the top flap of the bag is a little heavier material and has a tendency to make the bag fall over when it is less than 1/3 full. What I did is make a wire cage frame inside the bag out of 1/8" steel rod (Purchased at Lowes for less than $10) that went from corner to corner and around the top flap on the inside of the bag and now it stand completely upright just like the picture shows, even when its completely empty. I think they should take my idea and incorporate it inside the bag. The cage didn't even add 1/2 lb. to the total weight and it in no way hindered the bags performance, in fact it looks like it belongs there. I was able to tuck it in the creases; it's almost invisible unless you really look for it.

    All in all I love it!!!!!!!!
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    12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Stephen S. St John on December 2, 2013
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
    it's a tough bag, visually and structurally. but it's also kinda heavy (even when empty). for over a year and a half, i have used it daily for the gym. it has held up well to the rigors of NYC public transportation (rush hour commuting), being overstuffed with my junk, being stuffed in and yanked out of narrow gym lockers, being thrown onto the floors of various bars and nightclub coat check rooms. definitely a tough bag.

    i was very happy and looking forward to quite a few more years with this bag... BUT BEWARE: the shoe compartment on the bottom has a zip that frequently gets caught on the inner fabric when zipping. in the year and a half + that i've had the bag, the zip has gotten caught several times. i was always able to work it free eventually... until the most recent snag. couldn't get it free at all and ended up ripping the fabric and the zipper teeth. since i've had the bag so long, there's no warranty. oakley also doesn't have repair service. the bag is essentially useless to me now. major bummer. that's an expensive waste.
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    57 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Malicho on August 4, 2013
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size
    I'm in the US Military (Infantry) so I've used assault packs and know what I like in them. I wasn't expecting a backpack that was purely functional and tough, but wanted something that I would still be able to take out backpacking, travel, general use, etc. I have yet to put serious usage in mine (and probably won't after getting it), but I can already tell you the issues with it...

    Despite what people say about quality, the quality of this bag is only decent. This thing will not endure serious heavy usage, you can't hump up a 14er with 35lbs of junk, throw it to the ground upon arriving to the summit, proceed to sit on it and have lunch, it's just not that kinda bag. Some of the features on this backpack are basically rendered useless because of the inability to endure serious stress. The 3 brackets on the back...why? The plastic plate that acts as a base plate for them isn't strong enough to support much secured weight, thus there's not much point to it. What are they for anyways? Are we hanging pots and pans from our backpacks now? I may just manually take the brackets off and sew on a velcro patch to cover the area. The velcro straps on the sides that act as fasteners..again, why? The pockets are small enough that if anything is in them the velcro straps aren't really further securing them. Maybe if you were planning on carrying around tiny kittens or puppies in those pockets and you didn't want them to jump out. They should be more designed for water bottles. If you think they're for externally securing equipment I'll tell you now that the straps aren't heavy duty enough for that. The metal carrying handle is beyond unnecessary, it's no stronger than a strap and adds dead weight. And finally perhaps the biggest useless feature is the waist belt.
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