Okay Monday isn't the most favorite day for me, and I have a headache, so lets do something simple. The Ogio Torque rucksack. The Ogio rucksack been everywhere with me. On every road trip and every trip into the office. It's been my loyal companion for well over a year now and I've been overly impressed by it for several different reasons.
The Ogio Torque rucksack is comfortable, it's practical... and it looks good. Whether I'm on a motorcycle or walking through town, it doesn't look out of place. It holds everything I could wish to bung in it and even comes with essential in-built pockets for things such as laptops, iPods and water bottles.
Speaking of water, it's also done a great jog of fending off the wet stuff. It doesn't claim to be waterproof, yet I've never had a problem with it seeping. So there's another bonus. The zips are still intact too. Sounds a bit of a silly thing to say, but in my experience, zips always seem to be the first to fail. But these haven't. Or at least not yet. Undoubtedly, there are cheaper bags out there, but with this item you really are paying for what you get. The specification is massive and it's ridiculously adjustable. Good stuff, even the price was over 1,800 THB. If you're interested The Ogio Torque backpack