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This Enormous Backpack Is Ready to Carry All Your Board Games

 |  |  |  February 14, 2019


If you take your board games with you often to game night or to your friend’s house, this backpack will help you transport them.  The Ultimate Boardgame Backpack is designed and sold by GeekOn. It’s a huge-ass backpack specifically designed for carrying board games – at least the square boxes.

It comes in a variety of colors and includes all kinds of features like an expandable main compartment, waterproofing, two koozies, and a bunch of other zippered pockets for things like laptops, notepads and more. It is so big in the back that it looks pretty silly when fully loaded.

If you fall down while wearing this thing, you’ll be stuck on the floor like a turtle on it back. There are also optional accessories like elastic straps for your games, a waist strap, dice case and tray, and more. Hopefully, it won’t mess up your boxes either when you cram them all in there – I know how gamers like to keep their stuff in pristine condition.

Enjoy your slipped disc and other assorted back problems. Oh and it costs $200, so I’m sure some players will opt to just buy some more games with their money instead.

[via The Awesomer via Geekologie]



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