The Rhake Multifunctional Backpack By Mission Workshop

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A blend of urban style and function.

The recently launched The Rhake multifunctional backpack features Mission Workshop’s cool, urban design as well as the brand’s passion for making products as functional as possible. Built to hold everyday essentials for the daily commute, or even more items and clothing for an overnight trip, the backpack perfectly fits into the modern lifestyles of urban dwellers. It features pockets for a laptop computer, smartphone, iPad, power chargers, sunglasses, and keys, with a compartment for a water bottle also included.

The main compartment expands or shrinks depending on the user’s needs, providing up to 22 liters of storage space for clothing or gym gear. A two-layer weatherproof material keeps the contents protected rain or shine, while the Arkiv rails allow the addition of weatherproof accessories, such as the Mission Workshop cell phone pouches.

Although the first pre-order for the multifunctional backpack has currently sold out, you can order one on the brand’s official website and have it on your back by December. You can choose between four colorways. These include black, gray, and olive at $365, as well as the special edition camo backpack with Cobra buckles at $455. All of them are proudly made by hand in the US in small batches and come with a lifetime warranty. Photographs© Mission Workshop.

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