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–>Whether you’re dressed up for a business trip or down for some serious holidaying, this multi-tasking backpack is the ideal companion for the laptop-toting traveller. As comfortable to carry as it capacious, the Dry Red No. 5 features a mini office organizer up front, a padded sleeve for your 15-inch MacBook at the rear, and in between, an expandable general cargo space. It even comes with its own cable pouch.
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Here are the details:
As Spring is sliding into Summer, it’s time to start planning for your travels and adventures. In support of that, the good folks over at Crumpler have offered to give away one of their great backpacks (the Dry Red No. 5) to help you gear up for wherever your feet may take you, even if it’s just down the street.
To determine the winner, we’re holding a drawing contest. Crumpler has a tendency to have some pretty strange names for their gear, so I’m going to ask for you to send me a drawing interpreting one of the bag names listed below.
- Local Identity
- Pleasure Dome
- Sinking Barge
- Convenient Disgrace
- Seedy Three
The submissions should be sent to sucka [at] suckapants [dot] come with “Crumpler contest” in the subject line and should specify which name you’re interpreting. The contest will run for two weeks from the date of this post before I’ll select a winner. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Open to U.S. residents only.
From the source.
Original post @BikeBlogNYC