Timbuk2 And ASTRO Gaming Have Collaborated To Release Bags Designed For Gamers
ASTRO Gaming is a staple in the eSports and video game industry as it has become infamous for its gaming headsets that are used by pros worldwide. Timbuk2 is a San Francisco based bag manufacturer that focuses on stylish, rugged bags. The two companies have officially partnered to release a Timbuk2 x ASTRO Collection, launching a BP35 Gaming Backpack designed for travelling gamers and a CS03 Crossbody Sling for the Nintendo Switch and mobile gamers.
Aron Drayer, Vice President of Marketing for ASTRO Gaming, stated the following on the partnership, “Both companies share product philosophies that have resulted in the creation of unique, functional products that stand the test of time. Timbuk2’s premium gear is trusted for its legendary quality and bespoke design. ASTRO Gaming developers premium equipment to enhance the gaming experience.”
The BP35 Gaming Backpack is water resistant, padded and built with heavy-duty material, to ensure that it can survive on the go. Long-lasting comfort is guaranteed with the adjustable air-mesh shoulder strap, robust handles and compression straps for weight distribution. The BP35 also features two 16″ laptop sleeves, an ASTRO Gaming Gear pocket to hold the headset, mixamp and other components and an array of pockets, sleeves and more to hold different items.
The CS03 Crossbody Sling uses jacquard branding webbing strap and a buckle to ensure a secure fit. This bag holds up to fourteen video game cartridge slots and features a ton of pockets, D-Rings and more. The pockets protect the Nintendo Switch and peripherals, stows large smartphones built for gaming and D-rings and chains allow for quick access to different pockets in the bag as well as attachments.
The Timbuk2 x ASTRO Gaming BP35 Gaming Backpack is available for USD$199.99 while the CS03 Crossbody Sling retails at USD$79.99. Both products can be found here.
SOURCE: Press Release
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