Introducing The Sprint Daypack, at 21 liters, The Sprint may seem as simple as its compact form would suggest, but hold that thought, and read on. While its small footprint means its very handy as a daily-driver, what if you suddenly need an extra room? Well in true LBB fashion, not only that the capacity can expand slightly, this pack also sports a double-lock external carry system, bringing over an advance feature usually reserved on high-end models, we are blurring the line on what it means to be entry-level. Said system we call the modular face-plate, which when detached becomes its own tablet sleeve slash carrying pouch for small EDC items. While the face-plate is used separately, that doesn’t mean the main shell is now incomplete, on the contrary, the bag transforms to something that has a very different aesthetic yet equally unique. When you factor in the fact that three out of four variants of this bag comes in two-tone color combination, it’s like getting two bags for the price of one. While unique, it’s understated enough that it suits your 9 AM business casual offices, yet when the clock hits 5 PM, bring it along to friendly gatherings without looking like you’ve spent the day in your cubicle. Its internal padded laptop sleeve fits up to 245mm (24.5cm) or 96.4 inch width (e.g., Macbook Pro 15’, Dell XPS 15’, Lenovo Thinkpad X1), and the magnetic buckle on the roll-top closure makes it super quick and easy to get in and out of the main compartment.