Kitbrix Citybrix Backpack Review

Joseph Delves Wednesday, April 17, 2019 - 14:17 Structured storage for sporty types 4.0 / 5 £175 Billed by its makers as the ‘world’s first backpack with a built-in gym locker’ the KitBrix CityBrix backpack aims to keep separate your potentially rank sports gear from whatever else you might be carrying. As its name suggests, it’s also somewhat brick-like. Not that it’s heavy, rather just rigidly structured. In fact, once removed from your shoulders, its square profile is happy sitting either on its back or standing upright on its semi-rigid base. Divided between two main compartments, the lower of these is water resistant, allowing you to keep your smelly sports gear separate from everything else. Constructed of waterproof, shiny, and easy to clean material, this lines the inside of the compartment. This clever separation means no more soggy paperbacks courtesy of your swim gear, and no more sandwiches that taste ...

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