Adidas Zakhary Sackpack | Budget Retro Red Tapes Casual Drawstring Backpack

Posted on: Aug 4

Adidas tells us this Zakhary bag isn't a backpack, it's a sackpack. Whatever you call it, this accessory is one cool and casual customer.

Its name comes from the simple, sack style which is without form but not without charm. In a matte color it may have looked drab, but the retro cassette tapes emblazoned over the red polyester body helps this sackpack really pop.

That simplicity extends to the inside. Some may prefer more organizational features than the large main compartment provides, but it does allow us to carry much larger, bulkier goods than a divided handbag would. The drawstring closure adds to the casual sense of cool while keeping all your goodies safe and sound.

I'm not sure about those backpack straps though. While the two straps should help to distribute weight evenly, they look too skinny to be really comfortable once this sackpack is full. I'd be careful what you're stashing inside if you want carefree carrying.

The Zakhary isn't trying to be a high-end fashion accessory. It's made for more down to earth girls, who just want to stash their stuff inside a bag and get moving. They've also got more important things to spend their cash on than fashion, so the bargain $20 price tag should be right up their alley.

More Features of This Adidas Tapes Sackpack

  • Polyester lined interior
  • Measures 18 x 14.5 x 4 inches
  • Made in China

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