Completing the set is the Pro, a very sleek-looking backpack that conceals plenty of great design features to keep your kit organised.
Possibly my favorite idea here is the water bottle pouch. With most packs this pouch runs from the base to the top, so you often need to be double jointed, or remove your pack, to lift the bottle out.
With the Pro not only is the pouch insulated but it runs parallel to the base from side to side; making it easy to remove your bottle without removing your pack!
Placing the pouch this way does take away from the internal storage but if you are considering buying a Pro, it will not be to travel with a packed backpack, at 18l of capacity, it’s for your digital life and essential belongings.
The exterior shares the styling of the duffle and has a single rubber lifting handle at the top to mimic the main carry handles from the Go. There’s also the same security features with a TSA locking system for the zip, a retractable steel coil and no easily accessible zips when being worn.
Inside there’s sleeves for both laptop and tablets both secured with an elasticated strap, which is finished with the Korin green icons. The previous ClickPack Pro had these on nearly all pockets and it worked really well. Sometimes it’s the small features that can make the biggest impact!