Bag to the Origins

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  • 11.8 x 17.7 x 4.7 (inches)
  • 30 x 45 x 12 (cm)
  • Fits 15 inch MacBook Pro

There’s really only one type of city backpacks worth paying attention to: feather-light, rain-friendly and allowing for a seven-second water bottle retrieval. Everything else is just a buzz. This Rawrow backpack seems to be doing very well with all those things.

The top part of the canvas door is waxed. The leather stripe keeps the inner clips in line. The top part of the canvas door is waxed. The leather stripe keeps the inner clips in line. The shape has a low profile which allows for good maneuvering around crowded parts of town. The black straps are quite comfy but are looking out of style. The shape has a low profile which allows for good maneuvering around crowded parts of town. The black straps are quite comfy but are looking out of style.

The top leather strap allows for more versatile handling

Some process footage of waxing the textile:


I’d like to thank Rawrow for contributing to this review.
The reviewed backpack is available at $154 at rawrow.us


If you’d like to submit your product for the Design Nag review, let me know at editor@arthurio.us.

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Arthurious

I've been exploring cities and neighborhoods for as long as I remember myself, documenting my observations and discoveries with photographs and in my journals. This mindful wondering has inspired and greatly fueled my design and research work, parts of which I'm sharing in this journal. Drop me a line at editor@arthurious.com