FEATURED PRODUCT: BOOTLEGGER
The Bootlegger is a modern day shape shifter that brings modular functionality to our patent-pending Super-Tramp suspension. This customizable pack system allows you to attach the suspension to a variety of packs depending on the activity or weather. Want to kayak or play in the snow and need a dry-bag? Drop the waterproof and submersible Scrimshaw onto the suspension. When commuting or hiking, connect the suspension to the Hopper daypack to better organize your things. If the weather gets nasty, drop the Hopper inside the Scrimshaw for ultimate wet weather protection. The smaller Torpedo hydration pack delivers stripped down and lightweight comfort for when you go running, cycling, or hiking and only want to carry the essentials.
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BOOTLEGGER DESIGN PROCESS:
With its adjustable trampoline suspension and distinct assortment of packs, the Bootlegger is one of the most functional backpacks in the Boreas Line and was awarded the 2014 Red Dot Award for Product Design. We designed this modular system to be as versatile and adaptable as the outdoor enthusiasts who carry them. Click the photos above to check out the FULL DESIGN PROCESS for the Bootlegger.
BOOTLEGGER DETAIL GALLERY:
We took some detail shots of the Bootlegger to highlight the packs features and functions. Its sleek body shape along with the trampoline suspension are what have made the Bootlegger our most versatile and widely renowned bag. Click the photo above to view the FULL PHOTO GALLERY of the Bootlegger features.
BOOTLEGGER IN THE SIERRAS:
The Boreas team recently took a trip to Alpine Lakes in the Sierras to do some hiking, kayaking, fishing, and camping to really put the versatility of the Bootlegger to the test. Click HERE to see the photo gallery for our testing adventure in the Sierras.
BOREAS IN OAHU:
Our friends Michael Taylor and Julia Lemke took some Boreas equipment on a trip to Michael’s hometown in Oahu, Hawai’i. They visited several historic landmarks with amazing coastal views and wildlife like Pu'u o Mahuka Heiau. This was once the site of Oahu's largest temple, and has an important place in Hawaiian history and lore. It overlooks Waimea Bay and has an epic view of the coastline and famed surf break. They also visited Kaena Point, the westernmost tip of the island, where they saw monk seals and albatrosses. View a full photo gallery of their trip HERE.