It’s not often I accept samples for review. Mostly because I get offered a lot of stuff and most of it isn’t really that useful. I used to have lots of stuff that I never intended on using. I really hate having stuff because once I have it, I struggle to get rid of it. So I’ve really scaled back over the past few years and I only accept products that I know I’m really going to love and use. Products I hope you will feel the same about.
Enter the Urban Ex Sling.
I have a big issue with bags. Handbags, purses for evenings out, rucksacks, hand luggage bags – I just can never seem to find ones that do all the things I want it to do. They’re either too small to fit everything in, or if they are big enough – they’re more like a massive big hole (that’s what she said! Whey!!!)* and I can never find what I need.
Until now – I believe I’ve found the perfect bag for travelling. To use either as hang luggage on trips abroad or to take on the train alongside your luggage bag.
The bag seems small (that’s what she sa… okay, I’ll stop myself this time). When I first got it, I was a bit shocked as I had read it can fit a Macbook inside one of the sleeves. I wasn’t sure if I could.
But you can – it fits perfectly and there’s enough space for other things – essentials when travelling for me are chargers, water, snacks iPad, spare battery packs.
I generally don’t bother with makeup when travelling, but you could fit it in, too.
It would also be a great work bag as you can fit your computer in, as well as A4 sized documents. If you have a job that requires moving from location to location – then this is great for you.
It fastens crossbody and is easy to pull around to the front to access, making it comfortable for commuting or travel. It’s lightweight, too.
There are various styles and colours if this standard ‘brown’ isn’t your thing!
They’re also waterproof – good news if you’re from England. It’s raining as I write this and it’ll probably be raining when you read this too.
If you want to check out the bag, visit the website.
*I apologise for the poor joke. I have the mind of a 14 year old boy.