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December 6, 2006

Skullcandy Link Backpack

Filed under: Audio and Video,Clothing — Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am

Skullcandy - LINK SP1 Street Backpack w/Built-in SpeakersWhen we were in Vegas last week, we saw this Skullcandy Link Backpack at Fry’s Electronics. Remember that image I had of walking down the street with a ghetto blaster on my shoulders sharing my music with the world? Yeah, this backpack does that and I don’t even have to hold the ghetto blaster on my shoulders. It just blasts out of my shoulders, filling the neighborhood with my own personal soundtrack! You can also hook up your phone and have a handsfree conversation using the speakers and built-in microphone.

The Skullcandy Link BackpackThe beauty of this music sharing comes from the speakers in the shoulder straps. You can see them clearly in this picture. You can also control the music from the controls on the shoulder straps. I wasn’t able to actually try these out to see if you would get good sound from them, but audiophiles aren’t the sort to wear a singing backpack. These speakers aren’t for refined sound. They’re for fun times and sharin’ your tunes.

If I was fifteen years old again, I would be begging my mom for this backpack for Christmas. I can hear her response now, “Why is this backpack any better than the one you already have?” I don’t have the heart to tell her it’s because I want to annoy the world with my music.


  1. THIS WAS SOPPOSE COME OUT APRIL 06!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    Comment by SPENCER SANDOVAL — June 24, 2007 @ 10:58 am

  2. It not only came out before April, it came out in a wide variety of colors. See the links here:



    Gray Camo

    Black Camo

    White and Gray


    Comment by Laura Moncur — June 24, 2007 @ 5:28 pm

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