Review: Crumpler Vegetable From Inside the Mountain

me with crumpler

Zoom in! That’s moi with my favorite travelling backpack at the moment, the Crumpler Vegetable From Inside the Mountain. I don’t know why some Crumpler bags have these really long names but I’ve used this label long enough to appreciate the quality and thoughtfulness that goes with each product. In the case of this bag in review, I really like it for its use of light materials which doesn’t make carrying it a big burden.

This is the front view of the bag with all three components. There’s a sizeable pouch for holding shoes , shirts or whatever you like and a small purse for holding such things as make-up and keys. I love it that they included the mini-bags for better organization of one’s stuff. Clutter is what this busy bee doesn’t want 🙂

crumpler veggie

Back view of the bag. To the left side is a key ring and a loop for holding a water bottle. Since I have scoliosis, carrying this bag with its ultra-lightweight back straps was really a relief for me.

Crumpler vegetable under the mountain

Here’s a shot of the bag’s gray interiors showing my 13-inch Macbook fitting snugly inside. This portion is secured by a flap with velcro fastener and apart from this, there’s also a side pocket for added protection. For such a small-looking bag, the interiors were surprisingly spacious. I can think of a few other things to stuff this bag with, aside from your puter: shoes, clothes and books!

Crumpler bag

So far, the only discomfort I’ve experienced with this bag is that the zipper tends to get stuck in the material when I opened or closed the backpack but other than this, this Crumpler bag is perfect by me.

The Crumple Vegetable From Inside the Mountain has a retail price of P5,950.00 from the following Crumpler stores in Metro Manila: Crumpler Bonifacio High Street, Crumpler Robinsons Ermita, Crumpler Megamall and Crumpler Trinoma.

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  1. says

    More surprises ensued inside when I discovered more pockets, a foldaway drawstring shoe bag and an emergency purse (that I admit, I’ve transferred over to the other bags I wear to work – very handy!).