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Gear Review: Modern Flow Backpack FeaturedWritten by Matthew Corley
As most of you have realized by now I have an obsession with gear: shorts, shirts, kimonos, pants, supplements, anything at all. You name it and I’ve tried it or know someone who has. Shortly after I was introduced to the Ranger gi by Modern Flow I realized that they also have a cool new backpack. As an owner of Origin’s Mundial backpack I wanted to give this one a try and see how they compared.
A very cursory look is all that’s needed to see that this backpack is built to take abuse. If you’re familiar with packs used in hiking or high-end messenger bags you’ll recognize a lot of the same features. There are compression straps all over the place, an extra side compartment and extra red webbing. The pack has padded shoulder straps, a sternum strap and padded waist straps all to make it more comfortable with heavy loads.
I’ve used Origin’s Mundial backpack and Modern Flow’s backpack. I really like them both and you won’t go wrong with either product. I prefer the Modern Flow pack because of the compartmentalization, extra support, design and sturdiness of the pack. The pack is $100 and can be purchased here. Be sure to check out Modern Flow’s website, Twitter & Facebook for sales and other promotions.
I'm a 36 year old husband and father to two girls. I train under Ezra Lenon (black belt under Kiko France of American Top Team) in St Louis MO. I drag my two little girls with me to the gym every chance that I get and usually end up training 5 days a week. I'm a huge gear junkie, spend entirely too much time watching BJJ videos and am fascinated with the cerebral side of our sport. When I'm not training or hanging with my family I work as a clinical pharmacist.
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