by Christopher Jones
As an adventurous, hardcore traveler, I always find kitchen backpack more useful than a regular rucksack.
I have met some people who do not think about using a KB everywhere. They just buy one and put them in their storerooms.
The poor bags of them only can come out occasionally. Such a pity!
Some people even think that they have wasted their money on a scrap.
But they don’t know how useful a kitchen backpack can be. So, here are five ways to use your Kitchen backpack. I bet you will tell, “KB has the coolest uses.”
Mostly, KB is famous among the hard users because they are really very strong and long-lasting. So, they can carry up all types of tools in whatever categories they belong. Pointy like stone tools, compass, spikey, spear all can go with a KB very safely without damaging the bag.
You can keep your hiking and mountaineering tools in different pockets. These types of bags have lots of pockets which option I like the most of a kitchen backpack. I can separately hold my ice axes, pully or my fire stones. There is no chance of pulling out unnecessary things while searching for another.
I always take my baby Lappy (my mother says it that it’s my GF. LOL!) wherever I go. When I used to carry up rucksack or regular backpack, I couldn’t take my laptop. Who wants to risk his laptop after all?
But since I have been using a kitchen backpack under 100 usd more details Fullyreviews there is no chance of breaking, scratching or damaging my Lappy. Generally, most of the KBs’ inner parts are spongy. So, they can support any device very practically.
Therefore, it has separate pockets; I can keep my cable, portable batteries, chargers too.
I am not a camera guy. So, I don’t carry cameras generally. But my best friend is a crazy photo guy. He always takes cameras, lenses, lights, and many things, I don’t even know their names, wherever he goes.
He doesn’t use a regular backpack too. He uses KB when we go on a tour. As the kitchen bags have numerous pockets, all his camera kits and camping tools hold in the bag suitably.
Most of the Kitchen bags have two main storage sacks. In one, I put my laptop. In another one, I put my clothes. As they occupy large spaces, I can take 3-4 sets of cloth along with my Lappy.
Generally, most of the Kitchen bag has extra holders to carry your food containers and water pots. You can keep your cookies and crackers in the pocket without the tension of mashing them. When I go for tracking, I take dry fruits, crackers, nuts. So, I wrap them in a plastic bag and keep them in one of the inner side pockets.
These places are perfect for using your KB-
Now you know how a kitchen bag can simplify your travel bag nuisances. Then, why will you waste a hack of money on two different bags when only one of them can do the works of both?
So, bring your KB in light and use them everywhere. As they are very durable, they can serve you 3 to 4 years even for heavy uses.
About Christopher Jones
Chris is an avid traveler and a gastronome.
He used to live for years in Europe and has far reached to many humble corners of Asia.
While at it, he never stopped seeking for the local cuisine to try some.
His favorite motto is "how can one live well, travel well, and work well without having good food every time?"
Chris received his MBA at University of San Francisco at the age of 24.