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WINNER - Win a Black Diamond Street Creek 24 pack Competition

WINNER: Richard Armour

By combining haulbag durability with urban functionality, the Street Creek 24 is your go-to commuter pack, perfectly suited for early morning missions to the gym, and late-night bike rides home from work.

With best-in-class durability thanks to its haulbag inspired design, and urban features that make commutes a breeze, the Street Creek 24 is the ultimate everyday pack. The Street Creek's dedicated 15" laptop sleeve adds versatility for the working stiff, while the burly haulbag construction holds up to day-in, day-out commutes. And when the weather goes south, an integrated rain cover pocket houses the protection you need when caught in a storm. The quick access main compartment is reminiscent of its haulbag-inspired design, while an internal security pocket stashes your keys and wallet safely. The Street Creek 24 also features a front zippered organizational pocket for your daily essentials, and the pack's EVA padded shoulder straps and back panel provide maximum comfort while commuting.

Street Creek 24  © Black Diamond
Street Creek 24
© Black Diamond

Street Creek 24  © Black Diamond
Street Creek 24
© Black Diamond

  • Haul bag inspired pack construction for best in class durability, with quick access skirt to main compartment
  • Anodized matte black metal closure buckle
  • 15-inch dedicated external laptop sleeve
  • Front zipped organizational pocket for peripherals and misc device storage
  • Internal security pocket for wallet and keys when dropping into the climbing gym
  • EVA padded back panel and shoulder straps for maximum comfort while commuting
  • Flat, low profile front mounted daisy chains
  • Adjustable sternum straps and waist belt (both strippable) for a secure fit

The Street Creek in use within what appears to be a jungle, but in reality is Stoney Middleton  © UKC Gear
The Street Creek in use within what appears to be a jungle, but in reality is Stoney Middleton
© UKC Gear

  • Volume : 24L (1464 cu in)
  • Average Stock Weight: 780g (1.71 lb)
  • Materials: 1260d Ballistic nylon

For your chance to win a Streek Creek 24 simply answer the question below:

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12 Oct, 2020

Looks most versatile for us working"stiffs"

Also like the idea it only weighs 80g, that is rather light!!!!!!!!!!

Whoops, I've updated the weight to 780g, my mistake. I thought "oh no I've made a typo with 'working stiffs' too". I just checked the BD website and that's genuinely what it says!

12 Oct, 2020

The stiff in the photos doesn't seem to be getting much work done. ;-)

I'd love to claim otherwise, but you're quite right - I've never done an honest days work in my life :-)

p.s. I drafted this several times trying to justify how going to Minus Ten was indeed 'work', before concluding that there was absolutely no way of spinning it, because it's just not - is it?!?

12 Oct, 2020

I really really want to win this one.

The old Osprey Switch I've been commuting with for years is coming to the end.

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