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By now, I’ve used a wide array of Crumpler bags – from backpacks to laptop bags and even pouches. But I have to say this Crumpler Ultimate Exit – which looks like a gym bag, more than anything else – is close to my heart. I lugged around thing in my mountain trip to Sagada last December and felt the unbearable lightness …. of travelling 🙂

crumpler ultimate exit

Blame it on the fact that this bag is only made of the lightest materials. I have to say though that the Ultimate Exit’s outer appearance is an eyecatcher too. The light blue piping on the dark blue main body is quite attractive. It is definitely something you can carry around with confidence, whether you’re wearing casual jeans or your sturdy gym sweats.

Crumpler Ultimate Exit

Zipping open the bag reveals a spacious interior. The main compartment, measuring approximately 29 liters, definitely has ample room for sundry stuff like a pair of shoes, towel, clothes and what-have-you. Aside from this, there are three internal stuff pockets for storing little things like gadgets or those which you don’t want to lose in the clutter. One of the pockets even has velcro closure for easy handling.

I can see that a lot of thought has been put by Crumpler peeps into this simple-looking “duffel” bag. The carry handles are padded with EVA foam and were formed to fit the natural contours of the hand and fingers.The outer layer of the bag consists of water-resistant materials.The detachable shoulder strap with buckles and velcro fasteners is a nice touch since it gives you an extra option in carrying the bag. Since it’s light, I had no problem holding the bag by hand.

The Crumpler Ultimate Exit is, overall, a versatile and durable bag that I wouldn’t mind owning and recommending to friends with a budget for this kind of bag.In fact, since this is just a review, I felt a little heartache when it was time to return the bag since it’s the kind which grows on you 😉

Sold for P3,750 at the following Crumpler Stores: Trinoma, Bonifacio High Street, SM Megamall, Robinsons Manila & Robinsons Magnolia

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