DSPTCH has just introduced a brand new backpack silhouette with the launch of the DSPTCH Ridgepack. The Ridgepack marks a new direction in the brand’s pack design with its “shell-style.” Intentionally simplified for lightweight and versatile carry, the Ridgepack maintains the DSPTCH comfort and durability standards for which the brand is known. The EDC pack is available in both Ballistic Nylon and Black Dyneema versions; other than this difference, they are stylistically identical. The Ridgepack features modular aspects for customized carry using pouches and clips for quick access. In addition, a padded laptop sleeve fits up to 16″ slim laptops.
Measuring in at a compact 18L capacity in a casual yet capable bookbag silhouette, the DSPTCH Ridegpack is sized just right for a day’s worth of essential gear. The bag takes a minimalist approach to organization, with a mostly empty main compartment accessible by a full-length, U-shaped, dual-pull zipper. At the top of the bag is a separate zippered pocket for stashing keys and frequently accessed gear. Last but not least, rows of webbing on either side of the pack offer additional mounting options for modular gear like pouches and tools. The bag’s straps are not only adjustable for fit and comfort, but they’re also detachable, giving you the versatility of a traditional on-the-shoulder backpack carry.
For another recent DSPTCH release, check out the Anix and DSPTCH Modular Guitar Strap.