The Dakine Terminal Spinner 40L is a soft-sided carry-on bag that comes in four attractive colours: Burnt Rose, Timber, Black and Dark Navy. The four-wheel spinner has been designed to transfer the weight out of your hand and onto the wheels - the four precision-bearing, replaceable, 6cm urethane wheels provide a smooth ride allowing you spin on a dime and zip around the airport terminal with ease, with the bag remaining in your field of vision the whole time.
Dakine’s ‘Cyclone’ range is made for the world of surfing. Now, when you think of surfers, you may conjure up the idea some topless, muscle bound Adonis (or is that just me?) but, in reality, you have spare clothes, your phone, keys, wallet, sun cream and maybe some snacks, and you need somewhere to keep all that uncool but essential gear.
The Drafter 10L from Dakine is a hydration backpack created to meet the demanding requirements of mountain biking and tries to ensure your water supply is protected and accessible in a compact, breathable package. The Drafter comes in capacities of 18L, 14L and 10L all featuring a 3L (100oz) Hydrapak lumbar reservoir, it also comes in four different designs Blue Rock, Stacked, Field Camo and Black - we received the 10L in Black.
Whenever I’m in an airport, no matter how many times I’ve travelled, I always turn from a semi-normal, functioning human being into panicking forgetful mess…did I pack my own bag?! Yes, I think so, or did I forget and let that shady looking bloke with his exotic herb collection do it? Do I have any restricted items in my case? No, of course not, or did I accidently put in my carving knife?!?!
My mum always said, “never judge a book by its cover”. Well she didn’t really, she is in fact very judgmental, but I heard it on TV somewhere. The Celilo from Dakine might at first look like a rather simple jacket with not a lot going on, but hidden beneath its humble lines and solid black colour (it is also available in Lil Buck - a beigey colour) is a host of features to keep you dry and warm on the slopes.