LocTote Flak Sack Sport

  • ₱4,950.00
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4.7 Based on 6 Reviews
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06/27/2018

The Backpack is made of

The Backpack is made of high quality materials. Looks sturdy. Hassle free transaction. Mr Hans Fernandez personally called me to confirm my order.

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Kareem E.
06/27/2018

The Backpack is made of

The Backpack is made of high quality materials. Looks sturdy. Hassle free transaction. Mr Hans Fernandez personally called me to confirm my order.

KE
Kareem E.
03/11/2018

A week later after purchasing the Flak Sack Sport

When I first held this bag I can immediately tell where my money went. The build quality is superb. The materials used is top notch. The weight itself screams that this bag is no joke. The looks of the bag is casual but not the super casual hypebeast look. I can take this bag to my office without looking like a fool. Now for the actual things that I wanted to know when I was still eyeing for this bag; First, this bag is not a laptop capable size kind of bag. You can probably fit a netbook in there or those small detectable laptops that doubles as a tablet. So don't expect it to to carry your school/corporate gear. Well I wouldn't really recommend putting a laptop in it in the first place because this is a sting bag. It's just an extremely slash resistant fabric with strings attached to it. So if you accidentally bump the bag into something, don't expect the bag to keep it intact because there isn't really much padding in it to absorb the impact. So if you want to travel with a laptop, buy an anti-theft backpack not a string bag. Next is the bag spacious? The bag is more spacious that I initially thought it would be, having my eyes saturated with those ordinary sting bags at the malls. You can definitely fit a lot of things in it. A 1 liter tumbler, umbrella, wallets, cellphone, banking cards, books, a jacket or a towel, some change of clothes. Those everyday kind of things. So when you're travelling out of town, it'd be best to carry 2 bags. 1 big one for all your change of clothes, extra shoes, additional space for pasalubongs and such. Then you can leave the big bag at the hotel ad use the loctote while you roam around the city worry free. Then lastly, is the price justified. 4750 pesos is a lot of money for a string bag. you can probably buy a big branded bag with that kind of money. But since your eyeing for this, I already know that you want an anti theft bag. I actually considered the bobby back pack in my list of choices. But as you can already tell, I went with this in the end. I had 2 reasons for that. And that is something which you have to answer yourself also before buying. First is... Where are the places that you think you'll use this anti-theft bag in? and the other is, How much space do you need in the bag? For me the first question was a no brainer. I thought to myself that I'll use this for my travels, it's great for the beach, next is when my girlfriend wants to go to places like Divisoria, Baclaran, Taytay and the likes. This would be a great backpack for that, worry free shopping and I don't have to worry about the bulk of a backpack since string bags are very low profile. Now for the space part, it was tricky to valuate the cost of the bag based on the size because there are so many options out there that can fit much more than the loctote. My answer to this question was kind of connected to the other one. Based on my answers on the first question what I really needed was a low profile bag. I didn't want to bring a backpack in the beach, I don't want to bring a bulky bag at those shopping places. I didn't want a bag whose size would stand out in those locations. And to be honest, I can't say for sure as I haven't owned the other bags yet, the loctote one was the strongest amongst my choices. So there you go. That's my take on the loctote flak sack sport. I wanted to make this not just a review but also a guide for you to be able to tell if this bag is really for you. P.S. This is the first string bag I have ever owned. I'm really a backpack kind of guy so comfort wise on your shoulders and back, this doesn't really have the kind of support like the strap of a backpack have. So I wouldn't recommend putting in very heavy stuff in it for long periods of time because he straps will start to sink in on your shoulders. But the strings are very thick and soft so I'm guessing the loctote is way more comfortable than most of the bags our there.

RC
Robin C.
03/11/2018

A week later after purchasing the Flak Sack Sport

When I first held this bag I can immediately tell where my money went. The build quality is superb. The materials used is top notch. The weight itself screams that this bag is no joke. The looks of the bag is casual but not the super casual hypebeast look. I can take this bag to my office without looking like a fool. Now for the actual things that I wanted to know when I was still eyeing for this bag; First, this bag is not a laptop capable size kind of bag. You can probably fit a netbook in there or those small detectable laptops that doubles as a tablet. So don't expect it to to carry your school/corporate gear. Well I wouldn't really recommend putting a laptop in it in the first place because this is a sting bag. It's just an extremely slash resistant fabric with strings attached to it. So if you accidentally bump the bag into something, don't expect the bag to keep it intact because there isn't really much padding in it to absorb the impact. So if you want to travel with a laptop, buy an anti-theft backpack not a string bag. Next is the bag spacious? The bag is more spacious that I initially thought it would be, having my eyes saturated with those ordinary sting bags at the malls. You can definitely fit a lot of things in it. A 1 liter tumbler, umbrella, wallets, cellphone, banking cards, books, a jacket or a towel, some change of clothes. Those everyday kind of things. So when you're travelling out of town, it'd be best to carry 2 bags. 1 big one for all your change of clothes, extra shoes, additional space for pasalubongs and such. Then you can leave the big bag at the hotel ad use the loctote while you roam around the city worry free. Then lastly, is the price justified. 4750 pesos is a lot of money for a string bag. you can probably buy a big branded bag with that kind of money. But since your eyeing for this, I already know that you want an anti theft bag. I actually considered the bobby back pack in my list of choices. But as you can already tell, I went with this in the end. I had 2 reasons for that. And that is something which you have to answer yourself also before buying. First is... Where are the places that you think you'll use this anti-theft bag in? and the other is, How much space do you need in the bag? For me the first question was a no brainer. I thought to myself that I'll use this for my travels, it's great for the beach, next is when my girlfriend wants to go to places like Divisoria, Baclaran, Taytay and the likes. This would be a great backpack for that, worry free shopping and I don't have to worry about the bulk of a backpack since string bags are very low profile. Now for the space part, it was tricky to valuate the cost of the bag based on the size because there are so many options out there that can fit much more than the loctote. My answer to this question was kind of connected to the other one. Based on my answers on the first question what I really needed was a low profile bag. I didn't want to bring a backpack in the beach, I don't want to bring a bulky bag at those shopping places. I didn't want a bag whose size would stand out in those locations. And to be honest, I can't say for sure as I haven't owned the other bags yet, the loctote one was the strongest amongst my choices. So there you go. That's my take on the loctote flak sack sport. I wanted to make this not just a review but also a guide for you to be able to tell if this bag is really for you. P.S. This is the first string bag I have ever owned. I'm really a backpack kind of guy so comfort wise on your shoulders and back, this doesn't really have the kind of support like the strap of a backpack have. So I wouldn't recommend putting in very heavy stuff in it for long periods of time because he straps will start to sink in on your shoulders. But the strings are very thick and soft so I'm guessing the loctote is way more comfortable than most of the bags our there.

RC
Robin C.
12/10/2017

So far. So good.

So far. So good.

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Alfred D.