These Attack on Titan Bags Are Just Like The Anime Version But

first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. If you’re a fan of Attack on Titan, then you know the characters always have their “3D Maneuver Gear” to help them save the day. It’s an interesting piece of tech that wouldn’t work in the real world, obviously (it could, but we don’t have the technology just yet) and it’s integral to fighting the Titans wandering about the landscape. It’s instantly recognizable and a must for each cosplayer who takes him or herself seriously in terms of the art. You can purchase replicas of the gear if you want to look the part, but they’re hardly functional. That is, until now.The Vertical Maneuvering Equipment Bag from Tokyo Otaku Mode is the bag Attack on Titan fans have been waiting for, serving four different ways to get your stuff from point A to point B: a backpack, sling backpack, waist bag, and a duffel bag. The bags themselves measure about 13 inches in length, and you can keep it against your back with shoulder straps or worn around your waist. This gives it the authentic look and feel of the Attack on Titan way, especially if you carry it with you everywhere you go.Source: Tokyo Otaku ModeThere are multiple pockets and compartments on the inside to help you carry your things, a mesh pouch on one end, and there’s even a place for you to stow your earphone cords so you can listen to music while on the go, just in case you haven’t upgraded to Bluetooth just yet for your listening experience. Take a look at the little zipper pull and you’ll notice it’s even shaped like the same sword the characters in the show use to put Titans to death. It’s a very cool little detail.You can order your favorite division’s branding, too so if you’re into the Military Police, Survey Corps, or your own personal favorite group from the show you can choose that badging if you’d like so you can swap things out. The bag will run you $105 for the standard bag, or a bundle that comes with a bag and all the different logos. Don’t expect it to show up until February, but it’s certainly worth waiting for. The Best Anime On HuluThis Might Be Attack On Titan’s Goriest Moment Of The Series So Far center_img Stay on targetlast_img

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