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Problems of the typical backpack
Backpack design has not changed fundamentally for a long time and we've learned to live with the problems, but they are still there, causing frustration. Too often the hassle of getting to the inside of the backpack creates that 'I can't be bothered to take it off' moment.
Wearing a typical backpack means:
- Taking the pack on and off repeatedly just to access the smallest item
- Having to ask others to rummage in your pack for you, as they shake you from side to side
- Putting the pack on a dirty floor while you kneel down to access your stuff
- Readjusting all the straps again and straightening out your clothing when you replace the pack