Eastpak Core Series

Posted in Design, Technology
By Sam Bathe on 10 Oct 2012

Eastpak have build their name on rugged and durable bags for anything from city wear, to traveling, to adventure sports, but with the new Core Series they’ve channeled their experience for technology. From the Floid backpack boasting a cushioned 15″ laptop pocket plus compartments everywhere you look to house your phone, cameras and more, to the Thomas, a carrycase specially designed for cables plus a top pocket for easy access to pens and other items. Of course, being from Eastpak, the range comes boasting their 30 years warranty, and while I wouldn’t go tackling any forest fires thinking your MacBook will still be fine, you could be mountaineering with your heart at ease.

Further across the range, the Talor is a tablet (read: iPad) specific case, with a handle for easy transportation and internal straps to keep your device snug in place. They have a proper laptop bag too, the Hylat, available in small, medium and large sizes, plus iPhone, iPod and iPad simple cases. Starting at just £25 for the Talor, the most expensive item is the big Hicks travel bag, available in a wealth of colours for £175, though after the recent stories of TSA hands going for a wander, you might want to keep tech. products a little closer to home in a Floid, just for now.

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