Backpack Pro VS. Backpack 2.0
Product Comparison: Choosing the Best Run Commuting Backpack
There are a couple of important things to consider when choosing the best commuting backpack for an active lifestyle. After all, you want to feel free and comfortable when running, cycling, or simply walking. In any case, you want to avoid too much sweating and make sure that your belongings - as well as your back - get safe to your destination; whether this is the office, the gym, a business trip, or a weekend adventure.
While both the Backpack Pro and the Backpack Pro 2.0 were designed primarily for run commuters, they can also be used by cyclers, business travelers, and for carrying gear and belongings to gym and water sports. On these criteria, they are pretty similar:
Since the main difference between the backpacks is their size, you might want to ask yourself:
How many garments do I need to carry with me? If I need to carry my laptop, how big is it?
Let’s learn more about the size and other features in the next section.
Both backpacks are packed with features that are essential for active commuters: water-resistant material, lightweight and ergonomic technology due to adjustable straps that create a perfect anti-bounce experience.
There is no need to worry about your belongings nor the health of your back while commuting. Still, there are some differences when it comes to size, specific features, and add-ons.
As you can see, the Backpack Pros' have a lot in common and the main differences doesn't make one or the other better or worse, it suits different needs.
Quality & Style
Backpack Pro and Backpack Pro 2.0 offer a mix of functionality and style for active urban commuters from all over the world. Both work perfectly in an urban landscape and office environment.
If you’ve come this far, you are probably highly invested in finding the perfect running backpack. Wait no more and go for it! In case you have any questions, we are all ears. Just drop us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be happy to help clarify anything you’d like to learn more about.