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I turned a pair of expensive gamer bags into the perfect diaper bags


Aug 29, 2021

Popular gaming hardware brand Astro, and luxury sports bag company, Timbuk2, recently joined forces to produce a line of gaming bags meant “for travel-centric gamers, content creators, and esports athletes.” However, I’ve found a new demographic neither one of these companies anticipated, the gamer dad.

I have a confession to make. I’m not too fond of our diaper bags. They are too big, too grey, and not the vibe I’m looking for when I’m out in public. I mean, I don’t need a Call of Duty tacti-cool looking diaper bag, just something that doesn’t make me look like a total dork. 

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Two models with bags. Female model left of frame. Male model right of frame with backpack.

(Image credit: Astro)
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Opened BP35 Backpack showing off headset storage

(Image credit: Astro)
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CS03 bag opened with Nintendo Switch and game cards in pockets.

(Image credit: Astro)
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Both BP35 and CS03 displayed on table in game room.

(Image credit: Astro)
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Two models. Female facing front with cross body bag and male model facing out to the ocean with back back.

(Image credit: Astro)

The funny thing is, when I first saw the lifestyle images of these bags during the product briefing a few weeks ago, my first thought wasn’t, “Wow, finally bags meant to hold all my gear during trade shows, or work trips, in a way that doesn’t destroy my back,” which they seem great for, by the way. As a new father of a three-month-old who poops a lot, my first thought was, “Man, I should use that fanny pack as a diaper bag.”

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