Back in April, we posted a story about NYC-based backpack company Sprayground receiving flack for their graffiti-utility packs. Well, since then, the company has been received positive feedback… and are readying their upcoming Summer/Fall 2011 line.
The company sent us over the brand new lookbook to give you a sneakpeak at what’s to come. The preview shows off at least 10 new backpacks with various designs printed on the back. One has stacks of cash, another has a design reminiscent of “Hello My Name Is” stickers, while others include U.S. flags, a “We’re Open” sign, and a shark.
Each one features a plush velor-lined notebook compartment that will fit up to a 17″ laptop, as well as an interior slip pocket for an iPad/tablet PC. The main compartment includes inner slip pockets and zippers for organization and other media, like MP3 players/iPods and mobile phone holders.
The backpacks retail anywhere from $30 all the way to $200 for the Utility Pack, which boasts a compartment that can hold from 12-18 spraycans.
“Sprayground isn’t just striving to create fresh bags with iconic imagery though, the design of the bags is thoughtful,” a rep for the company said. “Perfect for fashion-forward high-school and college students!”
The new line of Sprayground backpacks will be available through Sprayground.net and at boutique stores across the country, such like Kiston, and major retailers such as Nordstrom.