By now, most will have come to recognize the brand T Level. Quickly becoming a popular house hold name amongst the Fixed Gear Community. T Level is a Seoul based brand who prides themselves in the production of Messenger Bags, Backpacks along with a list of accessories.
Up until recently, acquiring T Level merchandise has been limited to ordering directly from T Level site however thanks to the work of Woody (Woodys Bike Goodies) we’re pleased announce that NZ finally has an importer for this versatile product.
Team riders Baxter and Kenny have had the privilege of running the Infinity Rolltop Backpacks for over a year and praise about this product has been ample. So when the opportunity came along, I jumped at the chance and picked up one for myself and Meiche (The CGG)
Below is a small review of my experience/s with this backpack so far that will hopefully aid others looking at a future purchase from T Level.
Product: T Level Infinity Rolltop - 43 litre.
Reviewer: Hagan Hill.
Fresh out of the box it’s not hard to miss that T Level have placed a lot of emphasis on design and quality. One key aspect of this is the use of waterproof Cordura fabric all round, long lasting material that can take a beating, add this to the heavy duty YKK zips and the internal metal framing creates an almost bomb proof bag.
Got pockets? The Infinity has more than enough to cater for all your storing needs. From velcro to zipped to meshed, this pack has got it covered. With a front flap housing an internal organizer and, two side openings one with provide additional pocket space and the other creates quick access to the main compartment eliminating the need to unroll the top.
The arch back system allows the bag to sit off your back thus allowing airflow between your back the bag, (extremely handy in muggy Auckland weather) while the internal framing keep the backpack firm and provides additional support.
The shoulder straps are heavy duty and fully adjustable. The clever use of velcro in many places to tuck away stray straps eliminates the need for unnecessary metal buckles keeping the bag lightweight.
A simple rolltop design which can be seen in similar packs provides another entry point to the main compartment and is couple with drawstring closure for added security.
So far this backpack has ticked all the boxes, I’m keen to put it through some tests with general riding as well as a bit of travel planned over Summer, while also making a few adjustments to make it more of a photographer friendly pack.
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Photo credit: hdotshots.