Tuesday, December 15, 2009

High Sierra Sport Company The Groove back Pack Review

I recently received a wonderful backpack from High Sierra Sport Company. It is the Groove Pack  The bag is great, my son loves it.. It has a wonderful idea, a build in interface which lets you put your iPod into a protected pocket inside, and plug it into the bag.. You can then control your iPod simple by placing your hand comfortably on the strap. My son can now change songs, increase or decrease the volume, or pause the iPod, without having to remove it from a pocket or pouch, just by pressing the control pad which is on the backpack's strap. He can also plug his earbuds directly into the backpack, and it has a nice little mesh pouch below that for storing them when he is done listening to his iPod.

The bag also has a lot of different pockets and pouches for all kinds of cool things, including his netbook. This is a futuristic backpack which combines style, comfort, and technology wonderfully. Its big enough to be a great travel companion, and sturdy enough for daily use. The fact that you can plug your headphones straight into the bag, and control your music just by pressing the back-lit control pad on a strap makes it a great accessory for anyone with an mp3 player.We love this pack.

"The Groove Pack designed specifically for an iPod features a Backbeat control switch for easy iPod player control without taking it out of your pack. The pack’s offers a convenient, easy-access zippered side pocket with Apple 30-pin connector compatible with any iPod (third generation and up). Additional features include: integrated headphone access port; large front-load main compartment and top-load center compartment; deluxe, multi-pocket organizer with removable key fob; S-shaped Vapel mesh airflow; padded backpack straps and back allows air flow and added comfort; and side mesh pockets holds 500 ml water bottle"
Size: 17.5” x 12.75” x 8.75”
Price: $79.99

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