In its initial configuration, it took a minute to set up the bag to accommodate the gear I intended to stuff it with, but after the bag’s interior was properly arranged, it was a pleasure to use. Despite the many pounds of gear crammed into the PRVKE, it remained remarkably comfortable to wear, thanks to its wide, padded shoulder straps, chest harness and waist belt. While larger than bags I’m accustomed to wearing, it felt smaller than a hiking bag but just as supportive. While the WANDRD bag successfully fuses the aesthetics of waterproof biking roll-tops like those from Ortlieb and Chrome with the needs of pro camera backpacks, I wouldn’t recommend taking this one out on the bike path without a light on it. The bag ships in a very fashionable all-black that looks great but doesn’t offer much in the way of safety as it is without reflective material of any sort.