Backpacks are probably the most purely utilitarian piece of apparel; their raison d'etre is to let people carry their stuff around. And yet, if consumers want a backpack with functional features that make it more than a shoulder-worn tote, they typically have to pay a premium. Boundary's new Errant Pack upends that axiom. The modular pack has features that make it useful for adventuring and commuting alike, but it comes in at an affordable price point of $99.99.
In terms of features, the Errant Pack rivals Boundary's first highly successful bag, the Prima Pack. The 22-liter Errant has adjustable and removable waist and chest straps, a ventilated back panel, a hydration bladder hanger, and 360 reflective lash points that combine to make it great for treks and adventures. For commuters and urban professionals, the bag offers briefcase-style side carrying, SMART work tools storage, water-resistant compartments for laptop and tablet storage, and both a side-opening compartment and a clamshell-opening top.
Following Boundary's incredible crowdfunding campaign for the Prima Pack, the Errant Pack is now available for pre-order on Kickstarter. The sleek, minimal bag promises to be a strong alternative for those who want a lower profile pack with premium features -- without having to dip into their savings.