Oakley Kitchen Sink Backpack, Black, One Size
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- Versatile backpack featuring padded side-access sleeve for 17" laptop and brushed media pocket at top for protective storage
- Front organizer panel and mesh optics pocket
- Compression-molded back panel and adjustable shoulder straps for comfort
- Bottom shoe compartment
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Outfitted with serious hardware and versatile storage options, the Kitchen Sink Backpack is a complete package with heavy–duty appeal. Whether taking a day trip or extended excursion, specialized pockets inside and out organize items while abrasion–resistant fabric keeps them safe, including shoes and most 17" laptops. A padded back and adjustable mesh–lined shoulder straps keep you comfortable and cool when hauling over long distances. Equipped with a hard media–player compartment and reinforced clip and zip closures, the Kitchen Sink Backpack blends toughness, style and diverse function ideal for the unpredictable day.
Top Customer Reviews
1. The backpack is a little heavy compared to a regular travel backpack. Not a deal breaker but just know the extra weight is definitely noticeable.
2. After transferring my work gear from my Swiss to my Kitchen Sink (KS) I definitely noticed the lack of pockets and dividers. My Swiss had a lot more pockets to organize business cards, laptop cords, cables, etc. The KS bag is more for capacity than organization. This is probably my biggest complaint since I love my bag to be organized.
3. Lastly, I did notice the side pocket zippers have a tendency to get stuck in the inside seam material. I've never had that happen with my Swiss. I've learned to close them more carefully watching out for this.
Overall, I think the bag is a good bag. It looks killer and I know I'll likely never fill it to capacity during my work trips. I can live with the lack of pockets for now but unless they add more pockets in the next version, I'll likely go with a different bag next time.
The first think of note is this is a LARGE backpack. It is larger than I thought it would be. I am thinking that I should have purchased the Oakley Bathroom Sink backpack to get one more of a size that I had imagined it would be, but I can't fault this product in a review for me purchasing the wrong size. However, once I tried it on I found that it fits perfectly even if it has lots of extra space. I'm 6'00" tall and 220lbs with broad shoulders and chest, so it's nice to have a backpack that doesn't look like a fat man wearing a child's backpack.
The interior pockets are nice and all of the exterior hardware is without fault. The metal parts are perfectly cast/milled/sculpted and the plastic parts are a quality, high density plastic instead of being cheap.
The only fault is that the top flap/compartment that folds over the other main pockets is more or less molded/sculpted to be held closed and in place with the metal clips. When you try to fold the top flap open it really doesn't want to stay open and you have to hold it open with a hand while you are reaching in to the backpack. If you need both hands to get something out you are stuck holding that flap back with your chin or it gets in the way and you have to feel inside the bag blindly.
To be clear, I use the backpack instead of a briefcase/laptop case, so for my purposes, weight isn't an issue. I'm sure if you are hiking or carrying it for long distances, it might be heavier than you'd like. But for me, it is all I need. It holds my 15 inch laptop easily, and there is plenty of room for additional items. I like that there are numerous pockets, and the style can't be beat.
So far the materials and workmanship seem good (I've had the case for several months).
All in all, I'm very pleased with Kitchen Sink.