Coreal Sling Bag Crossbody Backpack Review

Coreal Sling Bag Crossbody Backpack Review

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Takeaway: Nice size for a sports bag or traveling.

The backpack comes in several colors and is teardrop shaped. It measures about 11" W x 15" H x 4" D. The front zipper pocket extends to the bottom of the bag and is about 2/3 the size of the main compartment, though fairly shallow. The larger back compartment has a half pocket along the back with elastic top band. The back of the backpack is thinly padded with about an eighth of an inch of foam as is the shoulder strap. There is also a water bottle mesh pouch on the left hand side. This sling style backpack has only one adjustable shoulder strap, but you can swap the orientation of the strap by using the slide clips at each corner on the back of the backpack. This allows you to wear the bag over you left or right shoulder. The material that it is made from is a durable and water-resistant rip-stop nylon that is lightweight and breathable so you won't experience much heat buildup on your back. The backpack weighs about 5 ounces.

The capacity of this backpack isn't large but its minimal bulk is convenient for day trips, hiking, and it is small enough to wear across your chest so you can keep an eye on your belongings and have quick access to important items. I was able to pack a full size tablet, shirt, a pair of jeans, camera, and a sports bottle in the side pocket with a bit of room to spare in both compartments. Wearing the backpack is comfortable given its size, though I wouldn't recommend packing it to the brim with heavy stuff. I use this bag when I don't need to travel with a lot of items like when I head to the pool, I can just throw in a towel and a change of clothes, maybe my flip flops. The bag is water resistant and keeps my stuff dry in a light rain.

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