All Weather Adventures
Cabin Max has a diverse range of bags which suit all sorts of activities. The Cabin Max Crew are an active bunch of people with a variety of hobbies, pastimes and interests. It probably won’t come as a surprise to you that each member of the Crew has their own favourite Cabin Max product.
So, we’ve decided to do something a little bit different with for this blog post. A few members of the Crew have been asked to tell us how they use their favourite Cabin Max.
And this is what they had to say…
Janine – The Hydrapack
Training for my ½ marathon I found that I needed to take water for any run longer than 6 miles, I didn’t feel comfortable carrying a water bottle so took home the hydration pack to try. After a couple of runs I got used to the feel of it on my back and now it’s an essential part of kit on my ‘long’ runs.
Sean – San Remo
As a keen cyclist, a waterproof bag is essential for me. I’ve lugged around countless rucksacks and often found myself arriving at work with everything inside damp. The lightweight San Remo is great because not only does it keep your valuables dry during downpours, but it’s also wipe-clean too, meaning that the muddy spray you inevitably get from your rear tyre is easy to remove. The reflective graphics also give a bit of added confidence when cycling at night too.
Joe – Moel
Sun or snow, there’s not much I love more than taking in some of our beautiful landscapes. The Moel has been perfect for everything I’ve thrown at it, including numerous hikes in Snowdonia and the Lake District as well more leisurely strolls around forests and woodlands. It’s big enough to hold a few extra bits of clothing and a packed lunch, whilst staying well-watered is easy with the integrated hydration pack. It is also comfortable to carry due to the waist strap and netted back support.
Illy – Venice
My weekends are spent taking my two rather large and fluffy Akita’s on long walks around North Wales. The past few years have taught me that I need to be prepared. The Venice bag is my essential dog walking item and I fill it with my other essentials, 1 litre of water, 2 towels, a small bag of dog biscuits, dog bowls and a couple of rubber ball dog toys. There is more than enough space to for all my stuff and it’s waterproof. So I don’t have to worry the towels getting wet or about soggy dog biscuits when I get caught out by the rain.
Ash – Venice
As an all-weather biker I use the Venice bag every day for my morning commute to work and my fun weekend rides. After losing shoes, shirts, iPods and mobile phones because zips have opened without me realising and getting to work to find all my change of clothes were absolutely soaked, I decided to try the Venice because it has a drawstring at the top of the bag. Now I take it pretty much everywhere with me.