light duty

Postby Bbarn » August 25th, 2008, 1:11 pm

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Light duty tech. bag for those casual days...
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Postby staicopac » August 25th, 2008, 2:04 pm


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This is my first go at the 1 hour challenge. Enjoy!
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Squat-Pak

Postby LT21 » August 25th, 2008, 3:40 pm


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Gives user option to sit (rest) while they wait.
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Postby savage » August 25th, 2008, 6:11 pm

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This was a fun exercise, I will definitly be doing more.
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Most Back pack designs are over designed so lets take the Apple approach on things.
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The CULTURE day keeper

Postby nourmalaeb » August 25th, 2008, 9:23 pm


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Velcrometre is a modular bag system that allows you to carry only what you need, when you need it, and how you need to carry it. It consists of a bunch of components of different capacities and functions that have industrial strength velcro on most of their surface. The user fills the components with what they need, and then assembles a bag out of only the components they need.

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For the record, I do NOT have stock in velcro. 8)

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A pack for quick sketch sessions!

Postby Pumped » August 25th, 2008, 9:24 pm


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A pack for quick sketch sessions!
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Postby elliotts21 » August 25th, 2008, 9:39 pm


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Here's mine. . .

Artist inspired and environmentally conscious. The Mondrian-esque color break-up is the result of using small, otherwise wasted scraps sewn together. Like other Timbuk2 products, this bag can be custom ordered in up to 4 colors, but the pattern is determined by the size/shape of scraps on hand.

The exo-skeleton is made from recycled aluminum and incorporates an external pen/marker holster so that the most popular tools are instantly accessible for those impromptu sketch sessions.

The bag has retracting feet that allow it to stand on it's own and provide easy access to drawing pads and markers/pens. There are retracting hooks on the bottom to securely carry an artist's tube.
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It's Nomadstic!

Postby idfarmer » August 25th, 2008, 9:55 pm


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First time entering one of these, had a good time. Hope y'all enjoy now.

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College?

Postby shields1554 » August 25th, 2008, 10:58 pm


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It fits size 13 shoes and a change of clothes! It fits 30 beers! It shows off your bomb-ass taste in cheap beer! (yes, while some may be confused, 30-racks are sold in the southeast United States). It fits ramen, caffeine, cds, books, a macbook, whatever you need. With it's unique space-saving integrated handle design, chicks will totally dig it. Know what I'm sayin, bro?

As longs as dudes are going out and getting one of these guys a week, why not recycle with some duct tape, cardboard, and a box-opener.

P.S. I considered a shoulder-strap as an afterthought. I just wanted to avoid the schweaty back induced by traditional backpacks.

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Postby mindsystem » August 25th, 2008, 11:36 pm


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Looks like a sketch most could do in 5 min. When it took me 40 :( . But this was inspired by my own experiences of having to carry a backpack weighing anywhere from 5-30lbs of books, etc approximately 15-30 minutes walking distance (in middle school, this was). Straps are of a thicker, stronger material than usual (to avoid broken straps). It has an extendable pouch for more books and supplies (should the teachers be so cruel). And padding on the shoulder sections of the straps, to bear all that weight. Sorry it's not colored. I suppose it just comes in whatever color you want. (1st post, btw)
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back to school! be prepared!

Postby DO » August 26th, 2008, 3:11 am


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"shell"

bag pack + messanger bag!

enjoy
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back to school! be prepared!!

Postby DO » August 26th, 2008, 3:12 am


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Laptop bag

bag + laptop

enjoy!
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back to school! be prepared!

Postby DO » August 26th, 2008, 5:53 am


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bag

backpack + messanger bag

enjoy
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Back-to-School Pack

Postby frdiby » August 26th, 2008, 9:55 am

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Back-packs cause back pain.

I suggest placing the pack on the side of the leg.
This way you can access the contents of your bag
while still seated! I included an MP3 player pouch
for easy access on the top.
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The belt strap could be thin enough to fit in belt loops.

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