27 Jul EVERGOODS Crossover Packs Blur the Line Between Outdoor and Everyday
The guys over at EVERGOODS, located in rugged Bozeman, Montana know what they’re doing, having honed their design skills at renowned outdoor manufacturer such as Patagonia and GoRuck, and they’ve taken that expertise, combined it with passion, and produced a fantastic new line of packs. The EVERGOODS Crossover bags are, in their own words, meant to blur the line between outdoor and everyday, bags that look as good on the street as they outdoors – hence the name.
Specifically, EVERGOODS makes two models: The CPL24 and MPL30. The CPL24 stands for City Panel Loader 24, which is a city-focused, 24-liter bag that is designed as a commuter bag but looks great in any environment. The MPL30, or Mountain Panel Loader, is it’s larger, outdoor-oriented cousin, that can still rock the subway or the back of your bike. Construction is 500d HT textured nylon, with plastic frame and aluminum stay. Both models can carry up to a 15″ laptop, and works with a hydration carrier as well.
Each and every bag is made right here in the USA, and EVERGOODS also donates 1% of their gross revenue to land conservation.
They’ve only just launched a Kickstarter campaign, but have already raised twice their goal. These bags are going to carry a pretty hefty price tag (up to $325 each retail), so if you’re interested in getting your hands on one, contributing to Kickstarter could save you quite a bit of cash.