The Base Load Pack offers the durable and compact construction that accommodates any adventure. The backpack has top–zip openings for easy access to two storage compartments. Inside, a variety of specialized pockets deliver easy organization, and padded adjustable shoulder straps keep every excursion comfortable. Designed to keep 15" laptops secure with an elastic interior sleeve, the Base Load Pack provides the versatile function ideal for hybrid athletes on the go.
Oakley Load Backpack Specifications:
Padded internal sleeve holds most 15” laptops
Padded adjustable shoulder straps allow for comfortable carrying
Brushed optics pocket stores eyewear separately and safely
Expansion side pockets keep water bottles accessible
19” H x 14” W x 4.5” D
Pacific Blue, Black, Black - Red, White Print
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lewis98 Good Bag, Nothing Special
It's a brilliant bag for out on the trails, the laptop compartment will hold a hydration bladder. When doing so, you will need to find a way of keeping the zips close together to stop the bag unzipping. The bag is relatively waterproof and mud pretty much wipes off. Lots of space but not too much and the sunglasses pouch is a good idea, but will offer little protection in terms of stuff getting dropped onto it. Ideal bag at an ideal price, paid £30 for mine right enough, wish I had waited.
22 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joelcustom Great bag. Compact and tidy
Bag is of a good design. Heaps of space and partitions to organise and keep your belongings in. It is neat and tidy great buy
11 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jac70 Good SImple Pack
It has a clean look to it - the overall construction is a fairly stiff polyester material with a contrasting panel in a satin finish with a grid pattern. The branding is understated with just a dark grey plastic square 'O' logo on the pack and another printed 'O' on the strap.
It is a manageable size, big enough to hold a jacket, various cycling bits and pieces food and drink without feeling cumbersome. It has a zipped main compartment with a inner sheet that sections of a compartment that looks designed to hold a laptop. Then there is a zipped compartment tucked away that is almost hidden - it is smaller and has various pockets and loops for keys and pens. Finally there is a compartment with an zip entry at the top of the contrast panel that is small and lined, it will hold glasses, a wallet or some change. At the sides there are two webbed pockets for drinks or things you want easy access to.
28 November 2013