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DSPTCH is updating its bag lineup with an extensive array of new totes that are designed to tackle a variety of needs. First up is the Unit Tote, a streamlined take on the traditional tote bag but with DSPTCH's signature eye for function and durability. Available in a landscape (above) or portrait shape, the bags come in a choice of Dyneema, ballistic nylon, and for the first time ever, sustainable ECOPACK fabric. Each bag features foam padded webbing handles and a longer, detachable handle for carrying the bag on your shoulder. The bags can also be accessorized with a quick-release Fidlock sling strap and are compatible with the company's tote inserts for added organization. 


The Utility Tote updates the previous model with a stealthy, work-focused design that's great for the office and travel. Just like the Unit Tote, the bag has foam padded webbing handles, a 1.5" quick-release Fidlock shoulder strap, webbing mounts for attaching accessories, a luggage strap, and a discreet drop-in pocket. Available in portrait (above) and landscape styles, the bag also has Aquaguard zippers, interior pockets, an adjustable bottle sleeve, a gated plastic clip, and material options in Dyneema, ballistic nylon, and Dot Grid fabric. 


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