The Top 5 Reasons to make the Wandrd Prvke your Next Travel Backpack.

The Top 5 Reasons to make the Wandrd Prvke your Next Travel Backpack.

With hundreds of solid reviews on the Wandrd Prvke backpack, we had to try it out ourselves. Took it with us on a trip out to Vietnam & Jakarta and fell in love with how easy it is to organise your gear & get through airport security.

Here are our top 5 reasons why we would even consider telling you to make it your next Travel Backpack.

  1. Flexible Storage. Use it with or without camera cubes. Super-organised? Buy a camera cube to keep your chargers, cables or whatever (yes it can be used without cameras) organised like a freak. The roll-top also offers you 3-5 extra litres of space when you find a need for it.

  2. Lightness. With the 31L Prvke weighing in at 1.5kg, it is on the lighter side of most travel packs in the market. Start packing more when you go on that one-backpack trip.

  3. Comfort. Even on a full-load, we found it extremely comfortable to carry. It's built with an extremely beefy shoulder strap. Packing 24 cans of beer? Add on waist straps (sold separately) to get that huge weight distributed properly.

  4. Weather Proofness. The body of the Prvke 21/31L backpack is constructed mainly of waterproof tarpaulin and has zippers that are weather resistant, you can be certain your gear will be safe when it rains. Find yourself in snow conditions? Get that snow angel done with your backpack on.

  5. Convenience. Featuring 3 main access points: the roll-top, side access + clamshell back panel. Have big bulky items? The roll-top offers a nice big access to stuff it in quickly. Want to shoot on the go? The side access makes it a breeze to sling it to the side and grab your camera for that quick shot. Going through airport security? Backpanel built with quality YKK zips make it really smooth to unzip to get that laptop out for the mandatory scan.

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Not convinced? Watch Chase Reeves (our favourite backpack reviewer) talk about the Wandrd Prvke Backpack.

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