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Stubble&Co’s Roll Top backpack review

Stubble&Co’s Roll Top backpack review

The Roll Top is Stubble&Co’s take on a practical day-bag. Designed to be functional and robust enough for the commute , as well as looking…

Thursday, Jun 10

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The Roll Top is Stubble&Co’s take on a practical day-bag. Designed to be functional and robust enough for the commute , as well as looking smart for when just being used about town.

Packed full of useful little features, the British brand prides itself on its well-thought out designs. Sustainability is also a priority, with recycled materials used in the construction and all of the packaging being 100 per cent sustainable. The construction: Stubble&Co’s Roll Top backpack

Any cycling backpack worth its salt will utilise waterproof fabrics in its construction – and the Roll Top backpack lives up to this expectation. The closure system, as its name would suggest, is a roll top – which is a design we’re seeing all the more often these days.

There’s good reason for it too. A roll top is much more mechanically simple than a zip and therefore less prone to failures. The use of a metal G-hook as the fastening system for keeping the roll top rolled, further adds to its rugged credentials. Plastic clips can be broken all too easily by a simple misstep, particularly when wearing cycling shoes.

Compression straps serve the dual purpose of lowering the profile of the bag when only partially filled and reducing the potential for your things inside to rattle about when cycling. On the front there is a chest-strap, which can come in useful for stopping the bag from slipping off your shoulders – although the mesh padding on the underside of the shoulder straps […]

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