Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Size

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/1)

It is too large for everyday use but too small for travel. It does not compete with hiking backpacks for day hikes because it is too heavy for that. The top pocket is too small for being useful, it's even hard to fit large sunglasses into it. The front pocket (you can see it by the flap on pictures) is only accessible when the buckles are open and the top is folded away because there is a zipper that runs around the pocket underneath the flap and it is really high on both sides - why to do this? If you can not get into the pocket without all those operations then you are as good getting into the main compartment

Negative
Ganna Portyankina
4 years ago

Zipper

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/1)

I CAN get the laptop out, but it is like trying to pull a spoiled brat out of a candy store. I cringe as I can feel the zipper scratching away at my laptop as I force it out of the side pocket. So usually I just opt out and open everything up. If they gave me just half an inch more it would have been perfect

Negative
The Engineer
5 years ago

Laptop

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/2)

There is a place for the laptop. The bag extends out from the bottom and becomes almost twice as big. The way the top clips in and clips out (latches) are very interesting and nice. It feels like awesome quality that would last me forever

Positive
jimboyrulez
1 year ago

Commute

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/1)

Howe to work in the construction industry and travel a ton for work. My backpack is my office and this bag is not built for that environment. Also it will be difficult to fit this under an airline seat trust me I have had to check my roller bag a couple times because some airlines do not consider this a personal item.

Negative
Jason Medina
10 months ago

Compartment

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/2)

In this busy day and age, it’s becoming more and more important to save time where we can. There simply isn’t time to be rooting around your backpack to find a pen or USB stick that’s slowly sunk to the bottom. Does the Oakley Kitchen Sink Backpack have all the storage needs for our busy lives of today? Yes, it sure does, and here’s why. Main Compartment The main compartment of the Oakley Kitchen Sink is accessed by unfastening the metal buckles, opening the lid, and then opening a zipper

Positive
16 days ago

Strap

Oakley kitchen sink

(1/3)

They are made to be breathable and are padded to ensure maximum comfort. The shoulder straps are also quite wide to make sure they don’t dig into a groove on your shoulders and cause discomfort. The sternum strap connects with a plastic buckle and is very easy to open and close. This strap takes some pressure off your shoulders and is key to maximum comfort

Positive
16 days ago