Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Endo Expands Their Product Line

A few weeks ago I had been wondering to myself where my drawstring backpack had gone to, as bags of this design are perfect for tossing clothes in for a quick trip to the gym. Literally the next day, an Endo-branded tote bag exactly the style of the one I was missing showed up in my mail box! I was not expecting it at all, so it was really a convenient coincidence!



Endo's rendition of the classic drawstring backpack is both stylish and functional. 

If you've ever used a bag of this nature before, Endo's functions the same way. Pull the top apart when you want to stuff some clothes in, and pull the strings simultaneously to shut it and turn the bag into a backpack. After several weeks of use, I have zero complaints with the function of this bag!


Obviously, the product itself isn't revolutionary... it is the graphical design that makes Endo's stand out. Sure, you could buy a standard Nike or Adidas bag and look like your average stick-and-ball jock. Or you could get Endo's bag and let everyone know that while you might be heading to the gym, if it wasn't nasty outside you would be in the mountains, bringing your own energy!

Plus at only $12, you can't really go wrong.

Free Stuff!
But you don't have to just take my word for it. Wear Endo is allowing me to give away 5 free tote bags to GRT readers! All you have to do to win is be one of the first 5 people to sign up for the newly created GRT Weekly Update email list.

It'll only take you a few seconds to do, and not only do you have a chance to win a free bag from Wear Endo, but you'll get conveniently weekly mountain bike updates in your inbox! Hard to beat that deal, huh?

PS Like Endo's gear? "Like" their Facebook Page too!

2 comments:

Emenhiser,  February 9, 2011 at 5:31 PM  

Awesome, dude. Can't wait for warmer weather so that I can hop back out on the dirt!

AirborneGuy February 9, 2011 at 6:54 PM  

Awesome Greg! I'm signed up. One of those bags would really come in handy for this race season!

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