Under Armour Unisex-Adult Backpack 1294720
- UA Storm technology delivers an element-battling, highly water-resistant finish
- Tough, abrasion-resistant bottom panel
- Soft-lined laptop sleeve—holds up to 15” MacBook Pro or similarly sized laptop
- Water-repellent front valuables pocket to keep your stuff safe
- Adjustable HeatGear shoulder straps for extra comfort
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Under Armour Hustle 4.0 Backpack
Water and wind protected with UA Storm technology
UA Storm technology delivers an element-battling, highly water-resistant finish that keeps you dry in any wet weather situation.
Adjustable HeatGear shoulder straps for extra comfort
HeatGear is a super-breathable fabric that wicks sweat and regulates body temperature so you feel cooler, drier, and lighter than ever.
Holds up to 15" MacBook Pro
Soft-lined laptop sleeve that can hold a 15" MacBook Pro or similarly sized laptop
- Two water-repellent front valuables pockets to keep your stuff safe
- Large, gusseted front laundry/shoe pocket placed at bottom of bag
- D-Ring on front panel for additional attachment point
- Two side water bottle pockets
- Tough, abrasion-resistant bottom panel
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That's where the Under Armour Unisex Hustle 4.0 Backpack comes into play for us... our son likes that is is subtly branded but still low-key. He doesn't have to worry about there being anything for the other kids to make fun of, but also it stands out as being a good quality, good brand backpack.
As parents, we also had some requirements - like, well - you know... is it a good backpack? Fortunately, it is an excellent backpack. It has padding for the now-required chromebook in sixth grade so it won't be easily broken in the real world abuse of a sixth-grader's backpack. It has lots of different sized compartments and good zippers that make it easy to access the different sections.
Another very important aspect of the Under Armour Hustle 4.0 backpack is that more and more experts are saying that our kids are carrying too much weight around school on their backs. This backpack is very well designed to distribute that weight so that it doesn't cause as much effort to my son's back. I believe there is a good chance that it is better for his back than some of the less well-designed backpacks out there. It is clear that Under Armour has done some serious research in how to design the straps to distribute the loading more efficiently on your back with this pack.
I am very impressed with the overall quality of the backpack and give it a solid five stars.
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Got it in, initially I was disappointed because it looked like in the photos that the back and straps had mesh lining to reduce back and strap sweat, but it didn't have that. Straps and back are a slick polyester material and would not breathe at all.
Biggest disappointment was when I put my size 8.5 running shoes in the bottom compartment. They barely fit (if you had 12s you'd be squishing them length-wise a bit), and once they're in they take up the bottom 25-30% of the bag's internal space. You can probably get a binder or a couple thinner books in with shoes, because there is a small gap left between the back of the bag and the shoe compartment that they could squeeze into, but more than an 1-1.5" of depth would start squishing your shoes.
The second biggest flaw is the bag is not deep (away from the back) and cannot expand. My hope was the secondary compartment would hold my gym clothes and a towel, but there's not even close to enough depth to get it all in there. To get all of my stuff in the bag would have required carrying a shaker and a bottle on the outside, and all of my gym clothes and books plus laptop in the main compartment.
I would not recommend this bag to anyone trying to do what I was doing. If you just need a bag for a laptop and gym stuff you'd be fine, but if you want to separate your gym clothes from your books and other things, plus be able to carry a pair of shoes I'd look elsewhere. If the shoe compartment didn't take up so much internal room it'd be okay, but adding shoes kills its functionality.